Gustav Daiber: New visualisation tool for distributors launched

Redaktion PSI Journal

Published on 28.07.2020

Gustav Daiber GmbH is now offering its distributors a free service with Daiber Designer. Articles of Daiber’s own brands JAMES & NICHOLSON and myrtle beach can be individually finished with a few clicks from anywhere and subsequently attached to a customer offer as a PDF file as a stand sketch. Supporting visualisation of offers, time savings, optimised time-to-market: Gustav Daiber GmbH is further expanding its sales-supporting marketing services. In order to speed up the costly and tedious process of visualising textile finishes in the future, the family-owned company from Albstadt is now offering the free digital Daiber Designer for creating stand sketches. This is intended to create clarity and common understanding regarding an order and at the same time act as an important decision-making aid for customers.

Easy to use

The handling is simple: After registering on the website, the user can virtually select his preferred article in the right colour, upload the matching customer logo or motif and define the desired position and size. A text can also be added individually. Afterwards, there is the possibility of saving various finishing options as favourites so that changes can be made at a later date if necessary. Finally, a PDF with a unique ID is generated and can be attached to the offer.

Advantages for distributors

“We are pleased that this offer has already been well received by our distributors. We have already implemented our online seminar series called ‘Daiber Digital’ during the coronavirus crisis, whereby the fourth part once again deals in detail with the simple handling and the advantages of Daiber Designer. Our intention is that in the future, every employee will be able to place customer logos on our textiles unassisted. In this way, we want to give our distributors a competitive edge so that they can emerge from the current situation in a stronger position “, says Marketing Manager Tobias Seidel about the new tool. Daiber Designer is available at: https://designer.daiber.de