Milford, OH – July 27, 2010 – PARTsolutions, LLC, a global provider of 3D parts catalogs for manufacturers and enterprises, today announces the completion of the NIBCO online CAD product catalog containing over 700 products. NIBCO INC., a worldwide manufacturer of flow control products, has web-enabled its product line in a 3D CAD digital catalog in order to progressively deliver more than 1,000 configured CAD models each month to its engineer customers.
The availability of high quality product data in native CAD benefits the company’s residential, commercial construction, industrial and irrigation customers by decreasing design time and as a free service, it will also save them considerable resources.
“Enabling our customers to download the 3D CAD-native parts directly into their designs is providing them with a multitude of benefits, including time and cost efficiencies,” said William Geers, director of marketing, NIBCO, INC. “We have selected PARTsolutions as the service provider based on their level of expertise which ultimately translates into a positive customer experience.”
“CAD-native 3D product catalogs are rapidly becoming a critical business component for manufacturers and necessary to get their products selected, designed in and purchased,” said Jay Hopper, president, PARTsolutions. “Already a leader in their space, the added customer service and revenue benefits that NIBCO is seeing will help them continue to grow and innovate.”
PARTsolutions’ PARTcatalog technology enables companies to host their configurable product catalog on-line, making it easier for customers and prospects to “Design In” products to their designs, while business intelligence tools generate valuable sales leads and marketing.
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