Lowell Manufacturing and D-Tools Renew Partnership

Lowell Manufacturing has renewed its agreement to participate in the D-Tools MVP program.
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Lowell Manufacturing has renewed its agreement to participate in the D-Tools MVP program.

Located just southwest of St. Louis, Missouri, Lowell manufactures rack, power and audio products for the professional AV, custom installation and broadcast markets. Through their participation in the D-Tools MVP Program, Lowell’s entire family of products is available in the database, making detailed product specifications directly available to users of D-Tools System IntegratorTM software for use in their client engagements.

“We are pleased to renew our participation in the D-Tools MVP Program, making our professional AV industry, custom installation and broadcast quality products more readily available to system integrators and custom installers,” said Kathy Lane, marketing communications manager for Lowell. “Having been a partner in the (D-Tools MVP) program for many years, we have found that it provides us with an excellent platform to further extend our reach by making it easier for integrators worldwide to specify our full line of products and utilize them more often in their installations.”

The D-Tools Manufacturer Vantage Point (MVP) program helps to provide system integrators with the most up-to-date product information to over 4,400 companies using D-Tools System Integrator software. D-Tools MVP members are dedicated to helping companies streamline the design process and making it easier for system integrators and installers to provide accurate, professional proposals to their clients.

“Lowell’s professional product line gives D-Tools SIX 2013 software users some really outstanding rack, power and audio options to use in specifying their client engagements,” said Adam Stone, president and CEO of D-Tools. “We are delighted to have them renew their participation as a returning MVP partner and look forward to their continued membership in the years to come.”

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