A few weeks ago I was telling you about the new cool forms in DriveWorks 8. Want to see them for yourself? Check this out: http://live.driveworks.co.uk/Login (Login and password is “Guest”) Pretty cool eh? …some of the 3D stuff is driven by eDrawings, so you’ll need to knock the dust off your Internet Explorer if you want to optionally see the 3D models.
So the next logical question is: “Can you incorporate DriveWorks Live into your existing web site?” -Do you think I would have brought it up if you couldn’t? Here is a pretty cool example: http://www.driveworkssolo.com/index.php/what-is-solo/roi. That ROI tool at the bottom of the page is powered by DriveWorks Professional/Live.
Lately I’ve found I use the web when considering nearly all of my purchases. I may not actually buy the product over the web, but I certainly go to the company’s web site to see what they have to offer. When comparing two competitors, it certainly is helpful if their site gives me a clear insight to what they have to offer.
Oh…the 3D preview format doesn’t have to be in eDrawings, it supports other 3D formats too. – In the off chance that not all of your customers use Internet Explorer.