Concord, CA–Universal Remote Control has joined the D-Tools Manufacturer Vantage Point (MVP) program, which makes detailed information about its devices now available to users of D-Tools System Integrator software.
“We are pleased to be a part of the MVP program because it will give us an additional outlet to reach a vast, growing market of potential clients through a single channel,” said Jon Sienkiewicz, director of marketing for Universal Remote Control. “Having our product information directly available to SI software users will broaden our market reach and make it easier for system integrators to specify URC products in their client proposals.”
The D-Tools Manufacturer Vantage Point (MVP) program is designed to help provide system integrators with the most up-to-date product information to over 2,000 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 proposals to their clients.
D-Tools System Integrator enables systems integrators and custom installation professionals to create detailed projects managed with automated proposals, scheduling, pick lists, purchase orders, drawings and additional documents that streamline the integrated installation of audio and video products. By using a single, shared project file, system integrators and custom installers can download free product information from D-Tools’ comprehensive database of tens of thousands of products and their accessories, giving them the distinct advantage of designing systems using the most current product information, while saving hours of product research time.
“We are excited to have Universal Remote Control join the MVP program,” said Adam Stone, president of D-Tools. “Their high quality remote control devices have received many awards and positive reviews from high profile industry publications. Having their innovative technology as part of our free data download gives our users immediate access to the information they need to include these devices as part of their projects.”
For more information, visit www.universalremote.com.