Posted in None in Sep 2012
Exhibiting at AWISA for the first time Joinerysoft showed its commitment to the New Zealand /AustraUan industry. Joinerysoft's New Zealand Customer Support Representative Bruce Syder was visible on the stand along with Managing Director, Alan Turner, and Sales Representative Mark Winter. Additional sales resulted from the show, extending Joinerysoft's customer base to include Tasmania, and stretching as far as Perth.
Visitors to the show would have seen the flexible nature of the software on offer, with NZ designs and manufacturing processes handled with ease. Managing Director, Alan Turner, said, 'T hope that all New Zealand and Australian joinery companies investigating software check out Joinerysoft before making their decision. We believe the solution we offer is far superior to any other software solution. This belief is borne out by a joiner visiting the stand at AWISA who had just recently purchased another software program but still decided to swop to Joinerysoft's Joinery Management Software (JMS). After seeing a demonstration of what Joinerysoft can already offer and recognising the greater potential of JMS he decided to purchase JMS immediately." Alan continues, "Joinerysoft offer software that is both competitively priced, and completely suitable for all types of NZ joinery. Providing local support we remain committed to New Zealand." Joinerysoft's development team has been expanded to reflect the company's commitment to continuous improvement. Now with 12 experienced programmers, aided by a small team of time served joiners, Joinerysoft are about to launch their latest release - JMS Version 4. Showcasing 3D imaging, cross sections and updated curved work, the new version is even more intuitive. Visitors to the AWISA stand will have had a sneak preview of the software that is to be unveiled at the Working With Wood 2012 exhibition in the UK, in October this year. "We listen to our customers and implement new features based upon their feedback," says Alan Turner.
Other developments in the pipeline include compatibility with NZ standard NZS:4211. Joinerysoft intend to work closely with all appropriate organisations to ensure that JMS users are able to comply with NZS:4211 with ease.
During AWISA 2012 Joinerysoft UK had an Olympian visitor from New Zealand, who on route to watch the 2012 Olympic Rowing stopped off to see Joinerysoft's latest developments in England, with additional training on new features. Customer Keith Trask from Serene Joinery in Auckland, won Gold in the 1984 Olympics held in Los Angeles, part of a coxless four rowing team with Les O'Connell, Shane O'Brien and Conrad Robertson.
A customer of Joinerysoft for over 2 years, Keith uses Joinerysoft to help him quote and manufacture windows, double-hung, doors and bifolds. Providing a complete joinery solution to individual customer requirements means that Keith needs software that is both flexible and easy to use.
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