Vertex Showroom official release
Vertex Showroom is a secure, cloud-based 3D model sharing platform where you can access quickly Vertex 3D models and CAD data with mobile phones, tablets, pc's and VR headsets. With Vertex Showroom you can collaborate and communicate faster with clients, partners and manufacturing teams and stay up-to-date with design changes easily on any device.
We introduced the first Vertex Showroom Beta version in November 2018 and have been working very hard since to provide you a secure and user-friendly online platform to improve your design and manufacturing workflows. I want to thank hundreds of our Beta users for using the service and providing us valuable feedback creating new features and making Vertex Showroom faster and easier to use.
We are excited to launch the first official release of Vertex Showroom on Friday November 1, 2019.
We are introducing three new Vertex Showroom plans: Free, Premium and Business. All plans include all Beta features such as sharing 3D models online, accessing CAD data on any device among the collaboration tools. Paid plans include new features to create organizations and making public and private galleries you can share with your clients and partners.
I want to thank all of our Beta users and welcome new users by providing monthly Premium or Business plan for free for three months with a promo code SHOWROOM. Act fast - this promo code expires November 30, 2019.
We are excited to continue developing Vertex Showroom further and providing updates and new features continuously.
If you created a Vertex Showroom account during the Beta phase, you don’t have to take any action. Your Vertex Showroom Beta account will automatically convert into Free Vertex Showroom account.
The Vertex 2019 CAD software (25.0.15) or newer is required to work with Official Showroom 1.0.00 Version.
The 25.0.15 will be released for Vertex G4 2019, Vertex G4Plant 2019, Vertex InD 2019 and Vertex BD 2019 products on Friday November 1, 2019.
Selling and buying kitchens is in a turning point. A great customer experience is the only way for kitchen manufacturers to stand out in tough competition. Typically, there is a great need for the end user to obtain the right information as fast as possible even from home by using mobile platforms. The end user selects the supplier preliminary in the web and may get easily frustrated if the sales person in the retail shop starts with the basic questions all over again, without knowing the customer’s preferences. By following the customer’s digital footprint, the kitchen manufacturer should achieve a wow effect by reacting immediately the customer’s inquiries for different materials and layout alternatives. In this blog I describe how this can be possible.
Sharing the kitchen 3D model in the web is the most modern and observative way to improve the competitiveness of kitchen retail stores. If the interests of the client are recorded by the web service and then utilised in the retail shop by the design software, there should not be any obstacles to charm the client and create a great customer experience. After negotiation, the customised kitchen alternatives are transferred from the design software to the web service by a push of a button. The customer can immerse to his dreams and feel the room, the colours, the dimensions with VR-glasses and choose the most appealing options from the material selection.
The active dialogue between the sales person and the customer takes place in real time. The customer can ask for more customisation and the sales person can react to them right away. The customer gets the best solution for the purpose with great service and the sales person can make the final offer and close the deal.
Using virtual reality glasses gives also the opportunity to diminish the amount of mock up units in the store.
The customised kitchen layouts can be added to the virtual gallery and shared in social media.