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Seeing Sound – Acoustic Visualization in pCon.planner

More and more, shared offices are giving way to open office spaces. They foster creativity, exchange – communication. These spaces, however, have one drawback: Wherever people are talking, typing and sorting papers, or telephones are ringing and printers are chirping, it can get loud. It’s not only disturbing, but it also affects performance and health. Holistic spatial planning is the solution and the pCon.planner PRO is the right tool for that task.
Interactive Acoustic Map in pCon.planner PRO

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Planning Room Acoustics with pCon and CadnaR

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The noise level too high, speech intelligibility too low – the idea that room acoustics have a decisive influence on work productivity and a person’s well-being is undisputed and has long become an important topic. The question now is: How can this knowledge of acoustics be better placed within the sales process and how can customers be best advised on their way to a tailor-made solution?

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Order Processing – Clear Communication Takes It All

Order Processing – Clear Communication Takes It All pCon.planner PRO pCon.basket OBK

Today we’ve got a little something for the pCon pros! That means, those who use pCon.basket (desktop version) and/or pCon.planner PRO should keep on reading – and, of course, all those looking for process solutions for their companies, too.

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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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