Set Up For Three Software Systems

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In an industry first for aluminium, Sheerline fabricators can now use Sheerline’s product database on Business Micros Evolution, First Degree and LogiKal.

While it is common for PVC-U systems companies to provide compatibility with multiple software systems, Sheerline claims to be the only aluminium systems company to offer this benefit. Aluminium software packages are often complicated, yet according to Sheerline, its software partners make it quick and easy for fabricators to set up with its systems.


 “We understand the importance of user-friendly software systems for fabricators. The Garnalex team has a lot of in-house experience of using this type of software and we’re delighted to offer compatibility with Business Micros Evolution, First Degree and LogiKal.”

– Adrian Girling 

Software Development Director, Garnalex


Zero set up

“We want to make the set-up process as easy as possible for fabricators, so with Business Micros, for example, we deliver the package to customers fully equipped with their costs included," continues Garnalex' Girling. "They can sit down straight away and get started using the package with zero set up and with no extra training required. We can also offer support internally so we can respond to customer queries much more promptly.”


Classic and Prestige

Earlier this year, following extensive research, product development and investment, Garnalex launched Sheerline for aluminium window and doors. Sheerline comprises two systems - Classic, a super-slim specialist window which is ideal for replacing traditional steel-framed windows and for modern minimalist builds and Prestige.

Prestige includes single and French doors. Prestige is designed for the largest spans and the biggest windows in a wide choice of frame sizes and configurations.

Both systems are available in the same range of styles and finishes.

Picture: An aluminium first - Sheerline is set up for the top three software systems.


Article written by Cathryn Ellis
01st January 2021


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