Communications between the sales and design needs to be as efficient as possible. KASEMAKE has several optional software packages that run in conjunction with the main system to automate this process.
KASEADMIN – This software allows ‘non-designers’ access to the extensive parametric libraries, as well as the design database. The user can run any standard styles for estimating, or create job specification sheets, freeing up valuable creative time for the designers.
Using a site licence, KASEADMIN enables anyone, from production operatives to administration staff to view drawings and specifications, check dimensions or print job cards. This view only system will not allow design detail to be edited, and is a valuable means of sharing the information generated by the design department.
Key features include:
- Full access to Parametric Standard Libraries
- Search, query and load from internal database
- Multi-user view and print software for all departments
- Dimensioning, measuring and checking drawings
- Border load and edit
- Customisable toolbars
KASELINX - Provides seamless data sharing for Management Information Systems (MIS), business enquiries and design office workflow.
Remote Iterface (RI) - Provides access to KASEMAKE remotely, and will link to most MIS, automatically generating drawings from a job enquiry. Using the standard libraries, the RI system reports back information such as scoring and blank sizes to the MIS for further processing.
File Interface (FI) – Provides scheduling and Enquiry capturing for the design department. The Administrator assigns incoming projects either manually or automatically to a specific designer. Non KASEMAKE users can also have access to monitor the ‘real-time’ schedule.
KASEWEB - KASEWEB offers a secure, web-based project sharing facility,2D drawings, High-resolution images, 3D animations, and many other formats can be added to a design proposal. KASEWEB is easily managed by designers to provide an ‘on-line’ approval system.
The secure access to the KASEWEB system can be used as a repository for historical projects, and as a sales portfolio, showing prospective customers your latest concepts and designs.