DIpartner.com Opens Portal Store - Nov. 19

DIpartner.com offers a range of industry-specific services, including information on industry consultants and a place to sell your own products.

DIpart

ner.com, a custom installation website, opened its portal store Friday, Nov. 19. The site caters to four areas in the digital integration industry - - Business Management, Design and Programming, Installation, and Sales and Marketing. The company focuses on quality knowledge products for the industry, Todd B. Adams, owner of DIpartner.com said. The site provides options in three categories books, consultants, and solutions to help meet the needs of people in the digital integration industry. "The D.I. stands for Digital Integration. That's what we want to be - - our industry's digital integration partner," Adams said. The site is open to dealers, sales people, project managers, designers and installers/ technicians in the residential custom installation industry. DIpartner.com offers a range of industry -specific services, including information on industry consultants and a place to sell your own products. Among the products offered on the site are opportunities for web hosting, web and logo design, and templates of customer proposals and trade letters used by project management and a variety of other items. New items are being added each week. DIpartner.com is the publisher of The D.I. Guide to Residential Integration, the first of a series of books on the digital custom installation industry. The second book in the D.I. Guide series will be available in early February, 2005. The book, The D.I. Guide to CEDIA Installer 1 Certification, is written by Frank White, an industry veteran who was on the team that wrote the certification test. Additional study guides for the remaining certifications will be published in the Spring.

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