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Introduction

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Overview

This will introduce you to D-Tools SIX.

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D-Tools SIX (henceforth referred to as SIX) is a fully integrated software package that ties together the entire system integration process into one complete solution. SIX enables system integrators to generate fast, accurate project estimates and proposals, detailed system designs and client documentation through a complete data-driven process.

SIX helps companies manage every important aspect of the system integration process more efficiently, providing a high degree of synchronization, increased performance, added flexibility, better communication, and advanced customization options. Whether you are a business owner, sales professional, project manager, designer, engineer or installer, SIX can have a dramatic impact on business efficiency and profitability.

 

SIX is designed to be your platform for growth. This next generation version of our award-winning solution builds on over 12 years of System Integrator software experience and has been re-designed from the ground up to make it faster and easier than ever to perform the key functions of any integrators business - estimation, system design, and project management. Our solution powers these key concepts through a database-driven process that ties these elements together into a singular, connected process that reduces time, helps eliminate errors, and ultimately produces bottom line results.

We've completely re-designed the interface and vital functions to make it easier than ever to get started with the software, add product data, and start creating projects. SIX has even tighter integration with Microsoft Office 2010 and 2013 to help ensure that your teams know what they need to be focused on – whether they are in the office or out in the field. SIX helps ensure that you win the job and that your projects are delivered on time and to-budget.

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