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Getley UK joins Articad supplier partnership programme

12th February 2020 - 08:00am
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Getley UK, the bespoke kitchen and bathroom furniture manufacturer, has joined the ArtiCAD Supplier Partnership Programme.
The partnership will see Getley’s full product portfolio uploaded onto ArtiCAD-Pro 3D planning and styling tool software*, and also incorporates a range of joint marketing activities for the benefit of both parties.

Paul Bryan, Managing Director, Getley UK: “We decided to join the ArtiCAD Supplier Partnership Programme early in 2019 to ensure that our customers have access to our full catalogue when they are designing a new kitchen or bedroom. We were confident that this would make the ordering process and quoting much simpler – for both our customers and for Getley.”

“Working with ArtiCAD has been an excellent experience and we are sure that our customers will welcome this new service. We see this new partnership with ArtiCAD as a significant investment in our future, and one which gives us a clear competitive advantage” he added. 

* For Getley, ArtiCAD has produced a full DIC (design in code) catalogue. As users select products for their design (style, colour, size etc), they enter the unit code. The ArtiCAD software automatically inputs the correct unit into the design (based on the individual product code) and prices it. When the design is complete, the user is presented with an itemised costing and total for the products, to which they add their design fee to then give to the customer.

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