Northern California education tech conference provides institutions with in-depth thought leadership sessions covering best practices, business process improvement, and new technology demonstrations from leading manufacturers
CONCORD, CA - January 27, 2015 - D-Tools Inc., the worldwide leader in system integration software, today announced that the company would exhibit at the 2015 UC Davis AV Vendor Showcase, February 3 in Davis, Calif. There, D-Tools will demonstrate the latest version of its System Integrator software platform, SI 2015. The AV Vendor Showcase is a dedicated technology conference and tradeshow featuring manufacturers and providers of Audio-Visual equipment and services targeted for the Higher Education and K-12 markets. The event is designed as a place for technology managers, facility designers, architects, athletics directors and coaches, and sports and event venue managers to explore and learn more about the latest Audio-Visual technologies from AV manufacturers, integrators, service providers, and technical directors from UC Davis and other local universities.
"The UC Davis AV Vendor Showcase provides a unique opportunity for those working with Audio-Visual products and services in the higher education and K-12 space to learn more about emerging technologies, participate in best practice discussions and breakout sessions, and gain hands-on experience with products, services, and solutions designed for use education-based facilities, directly from manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, and tech managers," said Adam Stone, President and CEO of D-Tools.
D-Tools will utilize the UC Davis AV Vendor Showcase to educate attendees on the ease of use and general versatility of their newest release, SI 2015. A comprehensive AutoCAD and Visio-based software platform that delivers valuable productivity features which enables tech managers, designers, consultants, and integrators to streamline-and thereby reduce costs associated with-their AV system design, proposal, and integration processes. The D-Tools System Integrator platform features a robust Cloud infrastructure, and includes data and project management, QuickBooks integration, mobile installation management, and expanded drawing capabilities for simplified AV system design. An award-winning software solution used by more than 4,500 organizations worldwide, D-Tools delivers tangible results to organizations of any size.
"D-Tools proudly supports thought leadership and networking events, and our team will be at the UC Davis AV Vendor Showcase to showcase our soon-to-be-released SI 2015 AV integration software platform and educate attendees on ways it can be implemented by organizations of any size," stated Stone.
UC Davis AV Vendor Showcase is now open for registration to current college and university students who are planning careers in the exciting fields of AV, Audio, or Video. Interested parties can register to attend via the following link:
Those interested in learning more about D-Tools System Integrator and the undeniable benefits of using a streamlined system design, proposal, and estimation software platform are encouraged to visit www.d-tools.com, call (866) 386-6571 ext. 1, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About D-Tools, Inc.
D-Tools, founded in 1998 and based in Concord, California, is a worldwide leader in accessible, highly accurate system design and documentation software platform. The company's flagship product, System Integrator (SI), is a robust solution that utilizes Autodesk AutoCAD and Microsoft Visio to facilitate comprehensive system design, documentation and project management. D-Tools enables residential and commercial integrators to streamline business processes and increase revenues while reducing the time and cost associated with the installation and integration of low-voltage electronic systems. More than 4,500 leading companies currently use the award-winning D-Tools platform to reduce time, costs and to streamline the system integration process. Product updates and related information can be obtained by following D-Tools on Twitter and on Facebook.