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Daikin launches online tool system

Daikin UK has launched its latest online tool for installers of Split and Sky Air climate control systems.

Daikin claims its new E-Tool enables customers to generate quotes, calculate return on investment, access technical datasheets and place orders online, from any connected device.

It also allows Daikin installer partners to manage their orders for Split and Sky Air domestic and light commercial products from anywhere at anytime.  

The online system also includes a three-step order placement process and an online ROI calculator to analyse the running costs of the systems.

The E-Tool can also inform installers if the system is eligible for tax deduction through the Government’s Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme for energy-saving technologies.

“The Daikin E-Tool improves the efficiency and speed at which our clients are able to work and ultimately allows them even greater control over their sales processes,” says Matteo Dall’Ombra, Solution Creation Engineer at Daikin UK.

By allowing access to a central hub with a summary of all existing projects, the Daikin E-Tool enables customers to keep an eye on up-to-date Daikin news and additional support services.

Daikin customers can sign up for the Daikin E-Tool at www.daikin.co.uk/e-tool

Readers' comments (1)

  • this is a great tool, I find with the busy days during the summer it hard to site and concentrate doing quotes, now I can do them out of hours with little disruption.

    All the information is at hand and my client has his quote much quicker.

    Very well done to all at Daikin.

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