Haave Audio Video Systems Increases Revenue By As Much As 45% Utilizing D -Tools System Integrator™ S

Learn how Vanouver, BC, based Haave Audio Video Systems they increased revenue and decresed costs utilizing D-Tool's System Integrator Software.

CONCORD, CA - SEPTEMBER 12 , 2007 - D -Tools, Inc., the worldwide leader in system integration software, today announced that Haave Audio Video has increased revenue by as much as 45% utilizing D -Tools System Integrator software. Based out of Vancouver, BC, Haave Audio full service system integration company providing design, products and installation, servicing the custom home and the commercial markets.


Not only has Haave Audio Video experienced an increase in revenue, but they have also reduced costs by 20% because all items are accounted for from the start of a project, resulting in a decrease in missing or incorrectly ordered products. D -Tools SI has also allowed them to create more professional -looking proposals quicker, and with the ability to change and edit swiftly, which increases efficiency and results in improved customer satisfaction

Haave Audio Video Systems is building credibility and customer loyalty due to industry knowledge, dedication and expertise. D -Tools has helped support this strong foundation and taken Haave Audio Video Systems' business to a higher level. "We are able to confidently present our proposal, knowing it's designed properly with D -Tools and understanding our industry and costs, so we can explain every aspect of the job to our customer, easing any apprehension, and winning the job hands down," said Ian Haave, Owner and Founder of Haave Audio Video.

About Haave Audio Video
Haave Audio Video Systems is a full turnkey provider of distributed audio & video networks, home theatre, multi -media systems, CCTV, telephone/intercom systems, remote access, RF networks, structured wiring for voice, video & data and lighting and automated controls. Ian Haave, founder of Haave Audio Video Systems has been a technical sales manager for the past 20 years. Besides work in the audio video industry, Ian has worked in the Telecommunications industry for 10 years. His experience in the telecommunications industry correlated well to applying similar disciplines in the low voltage services for the home. Haave Audio Video Systems, Inc. is a member of CEDIA (custom electronics, design, integration association). The organization is a governing system which works with custom installation companies all over the world helping them improve the way they service their clients. This is done through CEDIA national and regional shows, vender training and installation certification. Currently we have CEDIA certified Designers, Installers and Volunteer instructors on staff. For more information, contact Haave Audio Video at 604 -507 -6601 or visit them online at http://www.haaveavs.com.

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. Over 2,000 leading companies use D -Tools software to reduce time and costs and streamline the system integration process. 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
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