Compusoft to launch Winner Flex to support remote working

IndustryNews Tue 15th Dec 2020 by Emma Hedges

Compusoft to launch Winner Flex to support remote working

Compusoft to launch Winner Flex to support remote working



CAD specialist Compusoft has announced the upcoming release of its latest product, Winner Flex, which is due to be released in early 2021. Hailed by the company as 'the next generation in online design', the new platform will connect Winner Design to the cloud, making it possible to design and manage showrooms from anywhere. 

Compusoft’s Winner Flex enables users to work remotely on the same designs in the office and at home with access to all projects and catalogues, with settings updated to the cloud and accessible everywhere. Online projects hold all of the details needed, from customer details through to renders and plans, so everything can be easily accessed from any device. Users can also add pictures, measurements and customer details to a project while visiting a customer’s home, and this information can be accessed immediately from anywhere. 

The system also enables users to manage sales performance, as one configurable dashboard gives a single view of how the showroom is performing. Detailed reports can include showroom and sales performance versus the previous period. There is also no need to invest in IT infrastructure, as all data is directly saved and accessed in the cloud platform, which the company says saves on the cost of setting up a server while ensuring data safety. 

Compusoft UK MD Alex Ainge said: “Winner Flex will enable our customers to design and check the performance of their showroom from anywhere – a game-changer in the industry, especially when working remotely is becoming the norm. We are very excited by the launch of this new online platform that will revolutionise the way showrooms are currently designing. 

“In the future, the platform will evolve to allow greater collaboration with fitters and some new integrations with other Compusoft products, as well as third party software.”

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