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Since 1987 his communication skills and presentation style has been honed to properly present a group of products in a manner that respects the architect’s time and the manufacturer’s need for a professional presentation and effective report for each visit made seeing over 800 offices a year. In addition, this Architectural Representative works in a team that constantly reviews the quality of the reports produced, feeding back ideas and adjustments that keep their work focused on excellence. The overall result is that both the manufacturer and the architect receive professional, effective communications regarding products and product application opportunities.

We here at DIS stand ready to meet your needs in the area of product communications, market saturation, and sales prospecting and we invite you to contact us and allow us to show you how this can be effectively done. To learn more about how our services can help you, contact us today.

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 this and fused the two challenges into a service that visited architects with multiple, non-competing products in a disciplined amount of time each visit. This dynamic service got it roots from a home in Los Angeles, California.


As DIS serves their community here in Northern California, great care is given to the quality of the services provided to both manufacturers and designers. Unlike other services, the Architectural Representative who calls on the designers here in Northern California is an owner. 

“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