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20Apr

National Tiles Home Customisation

National Tiles customers, when selecting tiling for their homes have always faced the same issues as the customers of practically all other retailers, perhaps even more so. Whilst they could see and feel the product in the shop, they often struggled to visualise what their selections would look like in their own home and ended up seesawing between the alternatives, unable to make a decision (let alone being upsold to!).

14Apr

How Japan's Largest Building Supplies Provider Moved to Cost Estimation with AR

In the housing industry, around 60,000 small to midsize housing builders are creating images and calculating the estimated cost of each project based on the requirements of home owners. Due to the huge selection of products and options, it usually takes around one week and cost for users to create images using CAD tools in addition to picking out products from multiple vendor product catalogs.

20May

VividWorks Exhibiting in AWE'17, Santa Clara June 1-2

A peek-review videos of some of the use cases Vividworks will be demonstrating at AWE'17 can be seen by clicking the images below.

Next generation of selling configurable products 

Showcasing the visualisation quality, material realism, and adjustable lighting 

HQR Materials Sample

12May

How AR Helps Lindström To Sell Its Design Mat Range

The mats make a huge difference in how people view the company’s premises and the company itself. However, when the mats should be chosen, many people find it difficult to visualize how the mats would look in the premises. Lindström’s mat selection is also so large that viewing them all, let alone comparing alternatives, is challenging for many customers. In addition to the actual product selection, the sales consultants usually spend significant time in the back-office tasks like calculating pricing and data entry.

02May

VividWorks Featured in Commercial Integrator Europe

According to influential retail commentator Walter Loeb, this period of ‘revolutionary change’ is accelerating as the 2020s approach, with the Internet continuing to influence shopping in new and more disruptive ways. All retailers with a stake in the high street need to come to terms with what this change means for their stores, both in terms of methodology and more importantly, technology.