Jetbuilt, provider of web-based Mac and PC AV proposal and estimation software, has formed a partnership with VidCAD Phoenix, a provider of solutions to address the design and documentation needs of engineers, designers, and installers, to provide Jetbuilt users with more solutions. Jetbuilt will showcase its new software offerings at ISE 2017 in the VidCAD Phoenix stand, 2-E70.
With VidCAD Phoenix integration, Jetbuilt users can build and sell their project in Jetbuilt, and with the push of a button, have their project show up in VidCAD Phoenix. Each item in Jetbuilt can be moved into a drawing set. By integrating VidCAD Phoenix into Jetbuilt, users can quickly pull drawings into Jetbuilt for detailed quotes, all within minutes. For 30 years, the VidCAD Phoenix software family has offered solutions to address the design and documentation needs of engineers, designers, and installers. Jetbuilt is pleased to partner with VidCAD Phoenix to provide their users with solutions that transform the way proposals are built.
“VidCAD Phoenix provides powerful automation to design and document facilities that include equipment and cable installations, and is geared toward AV integrators, broadcasters, consultants, and more,” said Janine Sotelo, chief executive officer for VidCAD Phoenix. “The ability to import data from Jetbuilt into VidCAD is further automation of the design and documentation processes, reducing redundancy in workflow, and ultimately savings in both time and costs .” We look forward to continuing the integration process so that data can flow easily between VidCAD Phoenix and Jetbuilt.”
“We’re pleased to partner with VidCAD Phoenix to provide our valued users with the tools they need to plan and prepare a project from start to finish,” said Paul Dexter, founder and chief executive officer for Jetbuilt. “With a simple click, users populate their VidCAD design items into Jetbuilt line items or from Jetbuilt into VidCAD Phoenix to create a detailed drawing set. We look forward to showcasing the new partnership at ISE 2017 in Amsterdam.”