Posted 10th Oct 2018

Electrolux brands join ArtiCAD software

10th October 2018 - 08:00am
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Electrolux has made products from its Electrolux, Zanussi and AEG brands available as comprehensive graphics catalogues on the Pro software of CAD software specialist for the KBB market ArtiCAD.

“We wanted to ensure that all our Premier Partners who use the ArtiCAD-Pro software have quick and easy access to high quality graphics of the products they need for their designs,” said Electrolux national field sales manager Louise Stalker.

“Our partnership with ArtiCAD means that these partners, numbering some 350 independent kitchen studios, will be able to select from nearly 300 different products from our new Mastery and laundry ranges. Being able to see current appliances within kitchen designs will mean that studios can give their customers even higher quality visuals of what their new kitchen and appliances will look like.”

She added: “For Electrolux, working with ArtiCAD ensures we provide better coverage to the market. Inclusion in CAD software is an essential element in our approach to supporting our Premier Partners.”

ArtiCAD director Theresa Turner said: “We are delighted to be working with Electrolux for the first time, and to welcome such well known and iconic brands to the ArtiCAD software.”

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