Do you sell Conservatories or Orangeries? Well, now RoofWright has brought the latest of its promised developments to market, the RoofWright Lite tablet app. At the touch of a button salespeople and installers now have a fully functioning design studio at their fingertips, and users are already seeing a noticeable rise in conversion rates.
Operating from a tablet the new ‘Lite’ app offers users the opportunity to design and customise their proposals directly in front of the customer, allowing them to input into the process, and to see their dream home including all their personal preferences come to light right in front of their eyes.
With a tap of your finger users can choose a Conservatory style then customise it to the exact wishes of the homeowner. Victorian? Double Edwardian? Lean-to? Users can choose the type of roof glazing, pitch, finials, doors and windows and more. They can give the homeowners the most realistic view of what their new room will look like.
Just using the design features alone will dramatically improve sales conversion rates, but RoofWright Lite goes even further. Users can use their tablet to take a picture of the customer’s house and overlay the conservatory design they have just created to show them exactly how it will look when it’s installed.
Speaking about the launch, Dave Blakeman, managing director of RPS Software who produce the programme said “RoofWright Lite is the latest in a long line of developments we are going to put into the market. We are on a really exciting journey which will also see us launch Augmented and Virtual Reality design software during 2022. We can’t wait to show our programmes at the FIT Show in May (Stand R65).”
In the meantime, anybody who is interested in the RoofWright Lite app is invited to download the fully functioning dongle-free software for a trial. They can use it and love it for 14 days to see just what an impact it can make on their business.
For more information visit www.roofwright.com/roofwrightlite