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Roman upgrades to ultimate 3D interactive CAD design software for retailers

* Virtual-Worlds-CAD.jpgRoman has significantly upgraded its presence on Computer Aided Design, ensuring its entire range is accessible on the latest, 3D interactive platform - Virtual Worlds Professional from Logicom.

The result is a major boost for Roman's extensive nationwide network of retailers. They are now able to design specifying from the complete Roman range, including enclosures, showers and accessories, using the latest CAD technology. This will allow them to create bathroom designs faster and more accurately than ever before.

Roman has committed to an ongoing programme of 3D modelling with Virtual Worlds, so as to ensure its CAD product catalogues are always current and comprehensive.

"Virtual Worlds CAD is now a vital tool for our retailers to allow them to effectively present all our products in 3D, real room set situation and inspire their customers," explains David Osborne, managing director of Roman. "The visual bathroom representation that Virtual Worlds presents is critical for customers making a purchasing decision and improves the whole customer experience.

"We are confident that our collaboration with Virtual Worlds will further enhance our retailers' sales performance."

Virtual Worlds Professional is the 3D interactive CAD design package which brings to life designers' creative ideas. Users design in 3D, producing a room which is lifelike from the outset. The Roman catalogue will include all the latest functions, including product image previews for ease of searching, automated connection points, an upgraded rendering facility and area lighting.

T: 01908 663848
W: www.virtualworlds.co.uk

18th July 2014




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