Jericho, NY, September 03, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- In an effort to help its corporate and commercial clients select the appropriate modular workstations, office storage, and other furnishings, the Associated Corporate & Institutional Services Company (ACISCO) now employs the 3D visualization program “Giza” and similar proprietary software to design full-color, three-dimensional virtual models, layouts, and presentations for its clients.
For a company like ACISCO, this revolutionary software empowers project managers to flesh out a number of decor schemes for potential clients, as well as incorporate clients’ ideas and requests at a moment’s notice.
“This software has truly been game-changing for us. Clients love that we’re able to show them what their offices could look like before committing to a purchase. It’s also a great way to compare and contrast various office seating, storage, and workspace configurations to best determine the direction and scale of every project,” said Meridith Zwirn, the COO of ACISCO.
ACISCO is able to use its proprietary drafting software to show clients how everything from office and waiting room furniture to flooring and carpeting will be integrated into the architecture during a project’s planning stages. This also allows for any structural changes to be made prior to construction, in the event the design needs to be tweaked due to furniture plans. Because ACISCO deals with everything from furnishing new offices to renovating or altering existing spaces, this method has proved especially useful.
“By using layout design programs, we’re not only making our jobs easier; we’re making our clients’ lives easier too. We’re giving them the chance to see what their spaces will look like, so they can preempt any design errors and not have to end up paying later to fix things, or alter things that might not look quite the way they initially imagined. Imagine all the potential money and man hours that could be wasted because of one simple design flaw — we can help eliminate that risk,” said Zwirn.
For more information on ACISCO, visit http://www.ACISCO.com. The modular office furniture company is also available on Facebook, at http://www.facebook.com/ACISCO.com, and on Twitter, at http://twitter.com/ACISCOFurniture.