Software specialist Compusoft has become corporate sponsor of the British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI) as part of a three-year deal.
Compusoft UK managing director Alexander Ainge said the new deal “demonstrates the importance of installation within the future development of our product”.
BiKBBI chief executive Damian Walters said: “These are exciting times for our organisation and indeed our members. We couldn’t be happier that Compusoft has stepped in to support our aims. This is a forward-thinking business with a proven track record of delivering success and is the first of its kind to support our objectives.”
Ainge added: “We recognise the important role that design software plays in educating the KBB industry, having supported retailers since 1989. We have identified that design software is pivotal in the installation process. This new relationship with BiKBBI ensures we can offer our services, expertise and support to a wider audience.”
The KBB software company is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2019 and has grown in that time to have 24 subsidiaries in 16 countries and more than 400 full-time employees servicing their customers, including software development teams in Norway, UK, France, Germany, Belgium and South Africa.