The newest version of SI improves operational efficiency for increased profitability
D-Tools will demonstrate its award-winning business software at ISE 2020, Custom Home Europe stand #1-N80, February 11–14, in Amsterdam, NL. Powerful new features have been added to its flagship, on-premises System Integrator (SI) solution including service plan management, supplier pricing, and more. The newest version of SI, with its enhancements, helps system integration firms like never before—improving operational efficiency for increased profitability, while reducing time, cost, and errors for a streamlined business process.
Major Release of D-Tools System Integrator, SI v13, Delivers Valuable New Features
D-Tools System Integrator is a robust, comprehensive software that guides users through the sales, estimation, system designs, project management, installation, and service aspects of their business. The latest release now features:
Service Plans – Define, create, sell, and manage service contracts
Supplier Pricing – Access to dealer-specific pricing from select partner brands
Allowance Packages – Substitute allowances for parts with no impact on price
Multi-Conductor Cable Documentation – Draw connections down to the individual conductor
Bundled Cables Support – Provides accurate labor calculation for bundled cables
Bar Code Scanning – Collect and validate product data, and sync with projects upon item receipt
Payment Processing – Integration with ProPay provides ability to accept initial deposit on projects through the D-Tools Customer Portal
ISE attendees are invited to see SI v13 at the show in D-Tools stand #1-N80. For additional information on the D-Tools’ System Integrator software, sign up for a free personal tour by visiting https://d-tools.com/live-demo-webinar/ or download a free trial by visiting https://d-tools.com/hosted-free-trial-signup/.
About The Author
Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.