Posted 4th December

TKC adds Jigsaw brand to ArtiCAD and Compusoft

By KBBDaily on 4th December 2018 - 13:14pm
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Kitchen supplier TKC has partnered with KBB design software firms ArtiCAD and Compusoft to “support the further growth” of its Jigsaw brand, with the entire portfolio of doors, cabinets, storage, sinks, taps and worktops now available on both platforms.

“We’ve had a great response to Jigsaw in the last quarter, both in terms of customer feedback and actual orders placed, and have high hopes for the brand,” said TKC marketing manager Neil Taggart.

“It is a diversification into a totally new segment of the market where we see good opportunities to grow sales and provide an appealing alternative, in both product and service.”

Taggart added: “We have carefully selected ArtiCAD and Compusoft as software partners for Jigsaw because they are highly professional and offer a great service to both us as a supplier and to our retailers, making the kitchen design process faster, easier and very accurate.

“The high quality, realistic images of Jigsaw products now available with both platforms act as a key sales tool. They allow our customers to show their clients how their new kitchen will look in tremendous detail, from multiple angles, to help them make that all important buying decision.”

Pictured: TKC Jigsaw Cambridge Render designed in ArtiCAD-Pro


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