D-Tools Teams with Thea Integrated

D-Tools has signed an agreement with New Jersey-based Thea Integrated to become D-Tools’ new distribution partner for its System Integrator software in the Metro New York area. Under the terms of the agreement, Thea Integrated will be responsible for the sale and distribution of D-Tools System Integrator softwar
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D-Tools has signed an agreement with New Jersey-based Thea Integrated to become D-Tools’ new distribution partner for its System Integrator software in the Metro New York area.

Under the terms of the agreement, Thea Integrated will be responsible for the sale and distribution of D-Tools System Integrator software throughout New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and will provide detailed product line information.

“Today’s business environment demands a system to help integrators better track their bottom line,” said Dave Humphries, principal of Thea Integrated Systems. “We’re pleased to partner with D-Tools to help extend the reach of their comprehensive solution to residential and professional integrators in the Tri-State market. The software is a perfect complement to the product lines we represent and we believe that it will help our dealers increase their efficiency and enable them to realize more profit per project.”

D-Tools’ flagship product, System Integrator 5.5 (SI5), dynamically links product information from D-Tools’ extensive manufacturer database to documentation and drawings, creating a single, coordinated, dynamically-linked, instantly updatable electronic project file. SI5.5 utilizes industry standards such as AutoCAD and Microsoft Visio to create detailed designs that are dynamically linked to equipment lists for fast, accurate documentation of system integration projects. SI5.5 streamlines the often manual, labor-intensive process of estimating, designing, and project management, allowing customers to realize substantial cost savings and return on investment.

“This agreement is a win-win for both companies as it will help to improve the productivity of our mutual customers,” said Adam Stone, president of D-Tools. “We’re looking forward to working with Thea Integrated Systems to serve our customers in the metropolitan New York area, and get a better understanding of how to better meet the needs of integrators in this challenging market.”

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