D-Tools Design Awards 2015 Open for Entries
D-Tools Inc. has announced the call for entries for its annual contest, the D-Tools Design Awards. Showcasing the best project designs an...
D-Tools Inc. has announced the call for entries for its annual contest, the D-Tools Design Awards. Showcasing the best project designs and greatest success stories that demonstrate platform proficiency and the positive effects it has had on both workflow and ROI, winning entries will be selected from a diverse group of D-Tools users and winners will be announced at CEDIA Expo in Dallas, TX in October.
Now open for entry, D-Tools Design Awards contest categories include Best Residential, Best Commercial, Most Unique, and Best Overall. Entries will be judged on a number of criteria, including project originality and overall system design as well as demonstrated proficiency with the D-Tools’ software platform and the depth of its use in the project submitted. Both the D-Tools product team and select D-Tools Certified Partners will select winners. The deadline for submitting projects is Sept. 18, 2015. D-Tools customers can submit their entries online or by sending an email to Josh Carlson.
“Not only do the D-Tools Design Awards provide D-Tools users an opportunity to demonstrate their system design and documentation prowess, it also provides them countless opportunities to help promote their businesses,” said Adam Stone, President and CEO of D-Tools. “The annual D-Tools Design Awards bring together some of the most distinguished residential and commercial system integrators worldwide and showcases their work from the design foundation to the completed project, providing both a birds-eye view and a deep dive into technology trends and transformations.”
D-Tools Design Awards winners will once again receive valuable prizes supplied by D-Tools Manufacturer Vantage Point (MVP) partner contest sponsors. A ceremony announcing the winners will take place during CEDIA Expo on Friday, October 16th in D-Tools booth #2801, with a celebratory reception to follow.