Jetbuilt Partners with Pulse-Eight for Exclusive Promotion

Get three months of Jetbuilt for free through vendor sponsorship

Costa Mesa, Calif. - January 20, 2016 - Jetbuilt, a provider of industry-leading and web-based AV proposal and estimation software, announces a quarterly offer with Pulse-Eight, a provider of HDBaseT video distribution technologies in the United Kingdom. Customers will receive a free three-month subscription of Jetbuilt with participating purchases through Pulse-Eight.


Jetbuilt partners with Pulse-Eight to celebrate their international version of web-based AV proposal software and attendance at the upcoming ISE 2016 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. With over 25% of dealers located internationally and hundreds of manufacturer partners, Jetbuilt provides product information, expertise and integrated services with incorporated dealer pricing, sales tax and international currencies. Through the special vendor sponsorship, customers can receive up to a year subscription of Jetbuilt for free. The rolling offer is available per quarter, allowing customers that purchase one Pulse-Eight matrix switcher a three-month subscription of Jetbuilt's AV proposal and estimation software.

"JetBuilt is a powerful web based planning tool for our industry and teaming up with them was a logical step for us as we move to offering powerful incentives when integrating our hardware," said Martin Ellis, managing director for Pulse-Eight. "What's great is the level of integration we are able to offer our customers within JetBuilt, providing up to date product information and pricing whenever and wherever our customer is."

"We are pleased to partner with Pulse-Eight to provide their customers with free Jetbuilt subscriptions," said Paul Dexter, founder and chief executive officer for Jetbuilt. "With our recent international software launch and our attendance at ISE 2016 in Amsterdam next month, we wanted to celebrate this milestone by inviting Pulse-Eight customers to try our software. Pulse-Eight is known for their AV distribution technology and we look forward to this special partnership."

Jetbuilt will showcase their industry-leading and web-based AV estimation and proposal software at ISE 2016 from February 9th - 12th, 2016 at booth DL124. For more information on Jetbuilt, please visit www.jetbuilt.com. Keep up with the latest news from Jetbuilt through Facebook, Twitter and Vimeo.

About Jetbuilt:
Jetbuilt is an international industry-leading and web-based AV proposal and estimation software. The California based AV software was founded by Grammy nominated studio engineer and award winning web designer, Paul Dexter, to create time-efficient and professional proposals. Compatible with both PC and Apple software, Jetbuilt estimates projects efficiently with integrated dealer pricing, sales tax based off location and QuickBooks on a singular project spreadsheet - all in lighting speed. For more information, please visit www.jetbuilt.com.

About Pulse-Eight:
Founded in 2010 and based in Poole, Dorset, UK. Pulse-Eight designs and manufacturers all of its video matrix products on site with its state of the art electronics manufacturing line. Building on the core HDBaseT technology stack, Pulse-Eight includes proprietary EDID manipulation, CEC and IR control features not found in other matrix solutions providing a rich and engaging experience for end customers and an even easier installation experience for installers. For more information, visit www.pulse-eight.com.

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