There’s a movement happening in the building supply industry where personalization and customization are over taking mass production and manufacturers are left with juggling greater product complexity. But companies are learning to evolve and adapt. 

Join Zaelab and Threekit on Thursday, January 21, as we discuss how to overcome delays in the customer buying journey and back-end operations with 3D configuration. Business moves fast, so should you operations and sales.

Key take-aways include:

  • How to cut expensive custom design
  • How to create images, interactive 3D, and Augmented Reality in real time to speed up sales
  • How to show every single possible combination of your product (millions or billions of variations)

About Threekit

Threekit unifies 3D configuration, photorealistic 2D images with Virtual Photographer, and Augmented Reality (AR) so companies can create, manage, and scale their product catalogue all from a single source. Threekit works with companies whose products span from simple configuration needs to complex, multi-faceted feature customization. 

About Zaelab

Zaelab works with B2B companies to provide them with a platform that has 3D and AR integration capabilities, making it simple for users to add this technology to their operations. But, they are also B2B eCommerce experts. With market insight, B2B experience design, and innovative methods of growing industrial companies, they help in getting manufacturers to the next level.

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Marc Uible
Marc Uible
VP of Marketing at Threekit
Evan Klein
CEO, Zaelab

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Customer expectations are changing, and the data proves it

Product Detail Page Features that are Influential to Digital Purchase Decisions

83 %
of shoppers point to product images as the most influential factor in their purchasing decision.
Product Images/Photos83% 
Star Ratings64% 
Comparison Charts45% 
Product video36% 
3 Images (2016)8 Images (2019)37.5% 

Average Number of Images US Digital Shoppers Expect to See for a Product on an eComm Site

People expect upwards of 8 different images per product page, up from 3 in 2016.