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Roper Rhodes partners with Compusoft

By KBBDaily on 8th August 2018 - 13:23pm
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Bath-based Roper Rhodes has partnered with KBB software company Compusoft to make its complete product portfolio available on Compusoft’s Innoplus bathroom planning software.

Roper Rhodes said its modular and fitted bathroom furniture, sanitaryware, brassware, accessories, mirrors and cabinets are already available on Virtual Worlds and 2020 Fusion software.

“With our complete Roper Rhodes product portfolio now available on three of the KBB industry’s leading design software, retailers can quickly and easily feature our products in their designs to help consumers visualise what their completed bathroom will look like,” said Roper Rhodes marketing manager Helen Shaw.

Compusoft GB managing director Alexander Ainge added: “We are delighted to be collaborating with Roper Rhodes, one of the UK’s leading independent bathroom suppliers. Our mutual customers will immediately benefit from the latest stunning 3D models using the easy-to-use ‘Drag and Drop’ interface our customers have become accustomed to.”

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