Designflow demos revamped unlimited proposal service at ISE

This year’s ISE will see designflow showcasing its revamped unlimited proposal service, providing on-site training, and dedicating time to supporting its dealer network.

Based in hall 2, the company will host demonstrations throughout the four-day show for both dealers and integrators, with two ‘ask the designer’ meeting desks where people can speak directly to the remote working design team.

The main focus for designflow at ISE will be its revamped unlimited proposal service, which has been carefully refocused to bring dealers and integrators the benefit of having the backing of a specialised design company to help produce proposals on their behalf. The service is designed to save integrators time spent creating proposals.

At the show, designflow will be holding a Buzz Wire challenge, giving visitors the chance to win a month of the unlimited proposal service worth £500 every day of the show.

Following two years of being in a pandemic, the company is also relaunching its pre-sales folders now that meeting in person is allowed again, which incorporates recommended systems to help guide the end client through the costs of smart tech and avoid wasting time proposing a system beyond the client’s budget.

Project books of the latest CEDIA Award-winning projects that designflow has been involved in will also be on display.

Training will also be part of designflow’s ISE appearance this year. The company’s co-founder, Keith Jones will hold the CEDIA’s Design Documentation class on 11 May from 4:30-6pm in room 1.2, and CEDIA’s Charging for Design class on 12 May from 10-11:30am in room 1.2. Attendees can register for the events on the ISE website.

Visitors can see designflow in hall 2 on stand 2P350.

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