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OFML – Efficient Planning Leaves Room for Details

OFML – Efficient Planning Leaves Room for Details pCon.planner OFML

Emotional selling starts with planning. For those who are looking to win people over with a planning solution, functionality and design are equally important. Here the trick usually lies in the details, as these can more often than not be the difference between a buy or don’t buy decision. Of course, details take time – so it helps when the basics can be planned quickly.

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Interactive Product Presentation: Virtual Reality with Actiu

Interactive Product Presentation: Virtual Reality with Actiu

Experiencing furniture. 360° panoramas and virtual reality are all the rage. We talk about these ideas, technologies, opportunities and devices – but are there really measurable results for such enthusiasm? Time and time again we see impressive projects created by our customers. They speak of practical relevance and the significance of new presentation opportunities in a world where products are no longer just a product, but rather one piece of a complex, interactive solution that can be brought to life.

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pCon.box – Appdate for Windows

pCon.box – Appdate for Windows sales pCon.box

More emotion at the point of sale. Good consulting is a key argument for success at the point of sale. Those who want to leave an impression for their customers aren’t just delivering a product. Instead, their selling a solution, and the feelings associated with it. And while people tend to choose with their emotions, they are still looking for rational arguments as well. That means the sales rep needs all the facts (article numbers, pricing etc.) at hand. With the pCon.box, emotions and rationality are closely related. Strictly speaking, they’re only as many pixels apart as the smartphone or tablet allows.

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All Ears – How a Room Articulates Itself

This Friday, March 3 is World Hearing Day. More than anything, it’s a day to bring attention to the prevention of (organic) hearing impairment – but at the same time, a good segue into awareness of the topic “acoustics”. After all, in some cases, too much sound can also be problematic.

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Reaching Customers with Atmospheric Renderings

Reaching Customers with Atmospheric Renderings room planning presentation HDRI

Great light benefits the sale. It’s a fundamental component of our everyday lives, but often goes unnoticed until it doesn’t optimally fit with our surroundings. We’re talking about light.

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Nils Holger Moormann – Planning with Design Classics

Nils Holger Moormann – Planning with Design Classics Moormann configuration

We create software for furniture – especially for furniture that’s this beautiful! Today we’d like to introduce one of the most innovative furniture designers in Germany, Nils Holger Moormann. The best part: one of the brand’s design classics is now available for download and further planning online in all its endless variations. But let’s start from the top…

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Quick Pick: Narrative Cameras in pCon.planner

Quick Pick: Narrative Cameras in pCon.planner

We’ve spoken before about the importance of cameras in pCon.planner. After all, why put so much effort into a plan, if you’re not able to capture the perfect glimpse of what you’ve created? Whether predefined perspectives or your own custom angles, pCon.planner makes it pretty simple to set cameras within your plans. But hey, why stop there? The latest version of the room planner takes this ease one step further!

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Background Images: The Best View for your Plan

Background Images: The Best View for your Plan rendering OSPRay Background

How will my building look when it’s standing where it should? Once the interior of your plan is complete, this is a question you may be confronted with. Sometimes a skyline fits best in the background, other times a beach. In some cases a view of the actual location is in order. In any case and until now, the answer to the above question may have required several renderings before the before backdrop was found. With pCon.planner 7.4, things have changed!

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Create Professional Concept Layouts with pCon.planner 7.4

Layout created with pCon.planner PRO

We all know the feeling – a quick glance at the clock, only to realize that several hours have passed as you tweaked this and that in your design. You’d like to think that the extra attention to detail and late-night coffee breaks make all the difference when it comes to the success of a design. And don’t get me wrong, they most certainly do! But the truth is, more than anything, it’s how you present the design to your customer that can really make or break the sale.

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Virtual Reality – Showroom 2.0

VR opens up completely new experiences
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Virtual Reality – VR for short – is definitely one of the big hypes of the year. Our opinion: rightly so! Virtual Reality makes people curious, active and enthusiastic! And the reaction from Orgatec confirmed this assessment. But what makes the world of virtual reality so appealing and what does any of it have to do with planning and sales? We’ve put together a few arguments.

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