Media Environment Design (MED) Offering FREE D -Tools Implementation Webinars

FREE webinar to demonstrate software implementation best practices to users of D-Tools' System Integrator software.

January 10, 2007, San Diego, CA - Media Environment Design, Inc, founding D -Tools certified partner and creator of the successful "MIT" Unlimited D -Tools training program, has announced a free webinar to be offered twice per month to users of D -Tools System Integrator software. MED is offering free access to their new implementation webinar to all users of D -Tools software.


The implementation webinar is a 60 minute training presentation that has been created using best practices developed by MED for D -Tools implementation. The objective of the webinar is to assist companies in their implementation process by explaining a series of steps to follow to ensure their implementations get off on the right track from the start. By following the steps outlined in the webinar, companies will be able to create an implementation action plan, manage and execute their implementation more effectively. A set of implementation support materials will also be provided to each attendee as a post webinar follow up.

"We have seen a trend with companies who implement D -Tools successfully. Those who follow an implementation plan from the start have a much higher success rate. We've put our webinar together to demonstrate the core steps to a successful implementation, the back bone of which is the implementation plan. Our mantra on this is 'Don't figure it out as you go along', Ryan Brown, VP of MED explains.

MED will begin offering their free D -Tools implementation webinars starting January 24, 2007. The webinars will be held twice per month on Wednesdays at 8 AM Pacific Time. For more information on the MED D -Tools Implementation webinar contact Ryan Brown at ryanbrown@medesign.tv or visit www.medesign.tv/Webinar.php for more information.



About Media Environment Design, Inc.
Media Environment Design, Inc. (MED), founded in 1999 and based in San Diego, CA, provides a wide range of services to dealers in the systems integration industry. MED has trained and implemented hundreds of integration companies with D -Tools software. MED exclusively provides D -Tools regional and onsite trainings for D -Tools, Inc. MED is a certified reseller for Tigerpaw software. Our services are designed to help integrators elevate their businesses and to help them become more efficient, effective and profitable. It is our mission to make your business better. For more information, contact MED at (760) 434 -9040, e -mail at ryanbrown@medesign.tv or visit MED online at www.medesign.tv .

About D -Tools, Inc.
D -Tools is a worldwide leader in easy -to -use, highly accurate system design software. The company, founded in 1998 and based in Concord, California, offers a wide range of products and services created to simplify the complicated design, engineering, documentation and estimating processes that accompany residential and commercial installation projects of any size. D -Tools is the recipient of the Consumer Electronics Association's Mark of Excellence Award (2004, 2005, 2006), National Systems Contractors Association and Sound and Video Contractor's Innovations in Technology for Business Productivity Award (2004, 2005) and CE Pro's High Impact Award for Design Software. For more information, contact D -Tools at (866) 386 -6571, e -mail at info@d -tools.com or visit D -Tools online at www.d -tools.com

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