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22nd September 2017
20-20 Technologies solidifies its presence in the United Kingdom
Leading CAD software supplier 20-20 Technologies has merged its two principal UK subsidiaries into a single, more efficient legal entity, thereby improving its delivery of a complete and consistent service to all of our customers.
This is the final stage in a three-year process, which began when its parent company, 20-20 Technologies Inc. acquired the business of Planit International Limited in February 2008.
All systems previously offered by the two respective companies will now come under the new name, including the UK market leading CAD system Fusion, as well as 20-20 Design, 20-20 Virtual Showroom, 20-20 Virtual Planner, Shopware CAD and Enterprise Insight.
Customer training for all software solutions will be available at both of the company's offices, in Bolton and Ashford as well as various locations throughout the UK.
"This is a natural transition and the culmination of several years' hard work," explains Managing Director Craig Rothwell. "Since the 20-20 Technologies acquired the business of Planit International, our objective has been to operate as one company, offering a portfolio of individually branded products.
"We hope that the clear brand management now in place will give existing and potential customers a deeper understanding of what 20-20 Technologies can offer their business."
Operating in 12 countries with more than 500 employees, 20-20 Technologies is a leading global provider of computer-aided design and business software solutions, tailored for the interior design and furniture industries. Dealers and retailers use its desktop and Web-based products and solutions for the Home and Office markets.
20-20 offers a proprietary, end-to-end solution, integrating the entire breadth of functions in interior design. It provides a bridge for data communication from the point-of-sale to manufacturing and to world-leading enterprise resource planning systems, including computer-aided engineering and plant floor automation software.
5th November 2010