Who Is DIS
The basic concept for Designer Information Services (DIS) was formed in 1963 recognizing that manufacturers of specifiable building products needed a less expensive, yet effective means of reaching architects, and that the architect's time, being limited, required a way to stay up-to-date with current product information. The founder of DIS recognized…
Why See DIS
Years ago Designer Information Services (DIS) realized the need for architects, designers, and specifiers to gather information on products whether they were new or updates on existing lines. While this group of people does not buy the product, they control what goes into the project since they are liable for up to 10 years. They must choose wisely balancing between form and…
Why Use DIS
Manufacturers have always found architects, designers, and specifiers a unique breed of individuals. While these professionals do not actually buy products, they are responsible for integrating them into designs and making sure everything is aesthetically pleasing and functional. Manufacturers have had problems trying to send out commission sales reps to talk to these people because…
Why Collaborate with DIS!
DIS has a long history of helping architects, designers, and specifiers achieve their design goals and interceding for them when follow-up seems to stall or be interrupted. By spending time with DIS, you or your team will be educated on some of the latest product advances along with having a source to reach back to whether it be on the products that we brought in or something that you’re simply trying to research. Architects must maximize their billable hours meaning they can’t and generally won’t see every product rep coming through the door but they do see us especially with companies reducing the size of the architectural rep team.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS/PAST CLIENTS ARE SAYING
“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision.
The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.“ ~Andrew Carnegie