D-Tools Company Profile

Leader in system design software

D-Tools has forged relationships with key Custom Electronics manufacturers such as Crestron, Middle Atlantic, Sony, GE Security, Lutron, Runco, SpeakerCraft and many others to provide product data for D-Tools database. In addition, the company has established technology relationships with Autodesk, Microsoft, and Brother International.

The Company’s flagship product, System Integrator SI 2015 is a market proven software solution that dynamically links product information from D-Tools’ extensive manufacturer database to documentation and drawings, creating a single, coordinated, dynamically-linked, instantly updatable electronic project file. SI 2015 utilizes industry standards such as AutoCAD® and Microsoft® Visio™ to create detailed designs that are dynamically linked to equipment lists for fast, accurate documentation of system integration projects. SI 2015 streamlines the often manual, labor-intensive process of estimating, designing, and project management, allowing customers to realize substantial cost savings and return on investment.

About D-Tools




1850 Gateway Blvd.
Suite 1060
Concord, California
94520
United States of America
P: 925-681-2326
F: 925-681-2900

In the News



Home Technology Association finishes its first year with 135 certified members in 64 markets. Cites moving $15M in project funds to HTA members.


D-Tools’ next-generation multi-OS, web-based platform offers an easy-to-use and collaborative workflow experience from sales pipeline and opportunity management through system design and product procurement.


The latest update to System Integrator offers Change Order, Project, Catalog, and Security improvements to help integrators and technology managers improve system design accuracy and operational efficiency.


Forget about seeing the sun in San Diego during CEDIA Expo 2018, D-Tools is bringing the Cloud, its new Software as a Service solution.


SnapAV dealers will get 90-day free trial on new D-Tools Cloud platform, with access to their own pricing imported into the system. See it at CEDIA Expo 2018.


Which one of these 11 companies will showcase the most innovative smart-home and audio/video products at CEDIA Expo 2018 as part of inaugural TechBites reveal?


Custom installation has the worst satisfaction rate of any industry that services the home, probably because the industry is infested with trunkslammers, writes integrator Eric Thies. What are you going to do about it?