D-Tools’ System Integrator software and D-Tools Cloud platform make it easier than ever for integrators to specify Powersoft amplification, thanks to a purpose-built workflow that serves integrators small and large. In celebration of this announcement, Powersoft dealers will be eligible for an exclusive free 45-day trial of D-Tools Cloud.
“It is our pleasure to bring the full breadth of Powersoft amplification to the D-Tools platform,” says Francesco Fanicchi, brand communication and trade marketing manager, Powersoft.
“Our diverse lineup of industry-leading amplifiers presents compelling possibilities for installations of all sizes, and we are happy to now make them available to integrators through this powerful and efficient software tool.”
“We are excited to add Powersoft to our amplification offerings within D-Tools’ software solutions,” says Barrie McCorkle, director of supplier programs, D-Tools.
D-Tools’ award-winning on-premises software, System Integrator (SI), and cloud-based platform, D-Tools Cloud, streamline project workflows for system integrators including sales, comprehensive system, design, project documentation, procurement, installation, back office management, and service, through a data-driven process that leverages an extensive and integrated product library.
The D-Tools product library will now include detailed product information and dealer-specific pricing for Powersoft’s full line of amplifiers, including the installation-focussed Duecanali, Quattrocanali, and Ottocanali rack amplifiers, with and without DSP, as well as the new half-rack Mezzo series of DSP-enabled amplifiers.
Users will be able to design and quote detailed systems featuring Powersoft amplification, then easily create cohesive presentations for their clients with accurate estimates. All Powersoft amplifiers feature crystal-clear sound, remarkable efficiency, and a compact integrator-friendly rack footprint.
Powersoft’s feature-rich ArmoníaPlus software allows deep control over and monitoring of its DSP-enabled amplifiers via a connected computer or laptop. Users can access and manipulate everything from source and output assignment to equalization and limiting to failover settings and more for each amplifier within their network.