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Let ADI Manage your Pricing and Purchase Orders
Let ADI Manage your Pricing and Purchase Orders

Connect to ADI for Integrated Pricing and Purchase Orders in D-Tools' cloud-based bidding software

Shenelle Spence avatar
Written by Shenelle Spence
Updated over a week ago

Building strategic supplier relationships is one of our top priorities here at D-Tools, Inc. Our goal is always to continue helping AV system integrators and technology professionals reduce the amount of prep work that goes into researching products so that you can start the quoting process. Are you tired of manually inputting costs, uploading price sheets, pasting descriptions, and continuously checking manufacturer websites to stay on top of price changes? I know I’m exhausted just thinking about it. Well, I have good news – those days are gone!

We are proud to be working so closely with ADI to help their dealers save time by alleviating some of the pain that goes along with managing product data and your procurement process outside of D-Tools Cloud. Together, we are excited to extend these exclusive benefits to our shared customers. Say goodbye to the days of having 20 tabs open while you work just to check pricing, not to mention the 20 Excel spreadsheets you typically manage for updates.

By simply entering your account number and connecting to ADI, you’ll gain access to your authorized account via our API. Enabling our integration allows you to start quoting faster. Now, when ADI products are added to a quote, your real-time protected pricing is also added for that product, and it will STAY UPDATED! That’s right; there is no need to manage pricing. Your costs will stay updated thanks to ADI.

Still, we didn’t stop there. To help dealers streamline processes even further, you can also electronically send purchase orders directly to ADI for fulfillment from within D-Tools Cloud. So during any phase of the project, you have the flexibility to update your supplier to ADI and place your order.

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