Posted 12th March

Quooker joins ArtiCAD Supplier Partnership Programme

By KBBDaily on 12th March 2019 - 07:00am
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Boiling water tap manufacturer Quooker has joined the Supplier Partnership Programme of KBB CAD software firm ArtiCAD, meaning the two companies will work together on joint marketing and promotional campaigns.

Quooker’s products will be available as a comprehensive graphics catalogue for designers using ArtiCAD-Pro software. The company will also be using ArtiCAD subsidiary Smart Systems’ KBBSmart software to provide quotations.

“We have been aware for many years of ArtiCAD’s role in the KBB sector,” said Quooker managing director Stephen Johnson. “With the launch of our new chilled and sparkling water tap in December, we took the decision to join the ArtiCAD Supplier Partnership Programme to deliver an added value service to our retailers.”

Johnson added: “We believe that by being included in the ArtiCAD software, it will be easier, faster – and a more enjoyable experience – for retailers to specify our products in their designs.”


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