Welcome to the September Newsletter,
In this month's newsletter, we explore how Photo Vision can really help you 'Wow your clients' and highlight some of our new explanatory videos and introduce to you the latest members of the Planit Team.
If your company is doing something new or innovative, we want to hear about it. Please email us at email@example.com and we'll share it via our Facebook page or in a future newsletter.
Are you effectively using Photo Vision in your business?
Are you thinking about how you use Photo Vision in your sales process? Have you really thought about the benefits of using Photo Vision to help you win more jobs?
Photo Vision can help your business maximise your creativity and produce quality images of the designs you have created in Cabinet Vision. Photo Vision allows you to professionally present your designs to clients, showing them in detail the various aspects of their design.
Photo Vision produces 3D photo-realistic renders of your design and showcases the job from multiple perspectives. It is a great sales tool for customers who cannot visualise what their design will look like and help you win more jobs. As seen in the comparison below, Photo Vision can create high detail drawings (left) that match what the finished product will look like (right).
Click here to check out the video highlighting how Photo Vision can be used as an important business tool.
To help you develop your skills, set-up your Photo Vision settings and get the most out of your software; we have recently been developing a range of training options to help you in using Photo Vision.
1. We are currently running a Photo Vision course in Sydney on the 9th of October. This course will allow you to spend a day learning how to import textures and apply these to materials in your job. Explain the different types of lights available & the lighting schedules you can use and get tips on preparing your renders ready for presenting to clients.
Click here to register your spot. (Please note the course costs $200 + GST per person).
If you are interested in attending a Photo Vision Course in your capital city, please click here to register your interest
2. Another and perhaps a more convenient option is attending our Online Photo Vision Course. For 1 and 1/2 hours over 3 consecutive mornings, spend time learning about the various aspects that impact on the quality of your Photo Vision rendering, and receive tips to create exceptional renders.
Jeff Healy from H&H Cabinets in Victoria attended one of our Photo Vision Online Courses, and gave us his feedback:
"Just wanted to let you know that I got heaps out of the Photo Vision course that Maddie's just ran with us over the last three mornings. The course is very informative and, even though I'm pretty familiar with Photo Vision, Maddie's help enlightened me to some of the new tools and also given some great background info on 'why does that always do that?!' questions that have been niggling me".
Our next Photo Vision Online Course is being held, on Monday the 28th of October through to Wednesday the 30th of October. Each session starts at 9.30am and goes till around 11am. The Course costs $200 + GST per person for all 3 sessions. Click Here to Register now
3. For our customers who are in Customer Care, we have a webinar scheduled this Wednesday the 2nd October at 11am. The webinar will show you how to adjust lighting in the Automatic Schedule, use the different types of lights available and tips on taking camera shots of your job and presenting your design ready for clients.
To Register for the Webinar, Click Here
If you want more information on Photo Vision or one of these courses, please contact your respective Territory Manager or call the office on (02) 9544 8815.
Newly released Videos
Have you seen Planit lately in the Supplier or AWISA Magazine? or it may have even been on machines4u.com.au?
If you have, you may have noticed that they direct you to head to our website showcasing our lastest solution on offer.
Well why not go to www.au.planit.com/s2me and check out our new video featuring The Essential Business Solution. The video explores how Solid Essential with S2M Essential can become an essential business tool for your business. The video explains the key areas of Solid Essential with S2M Essential that can improve your business.
This video is the first of a series of videos Planit is producing, covering different ways that our products and solutions can really benefit your business. Even if you are an existing user, the videos will get you thinking about how to get the most out of your software.
Our second one has just been released, with our Photo Vision video now available to be viewed by clicking here.
We'll let you know when the next video is released.
The Planit Team
There are a few new faces that you may or may not have met yet as part of the Planit Family.
Firstly, for those that didn't hear the news, Anna Karangiannis, our previous Administration Assistant, went to fulfil her dream of becoming a nurse. After 3 months of study she is enjoying the new and challenging experience.
Renee Middleton comes on board as our new Administration Assistant to replace Anna. Renee comes to Planit with valuable experience in administration and accounts. Renee is providing valuable assistance to the business in its day-to-day operations. Renee likes to keep active, with a keen interest in playing Netball, Softball and Touch Footy as well as riding motorbikes and loves going to the beach.
Dylan Passmore joins the Planit team with the role of Technical Operations Assistant. Dylan has been spending his time on Help Desk answering phone calls, going onsite during integrations and actively involved in running fundamental classes in Sydney and Brisbane. Dylan comes to Planit after various casual positions, and is looking forward to the new challenge of developing his Cabinet Vision skills further and becoming a key member in the Service's team at Planit. Dylan has a keen interest in Sailing outside of work and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
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