With the ProApp, installers can scan the barcodes printed on Geberit’s product boxes to find out more about the products inside. It has been developed by the company to give them quick access to useful information.
The ProApp links users to the company’s online product catalogue, allowing them to read fitting instructions even when they are out and about.
Installation videos have also been included to eliminate the need for installers to follow paper instructions.
The app also allows installers to order spare parts. The app’s Product Identifier can display all the spare part details a user may need so that they are aware of what they need to order before calling a Geberit stockist.
This feature has been incorporated within the app’s design to save time and enable installers to work more efficiently.
The Geberit ProApp can be downloaded from the App store and Google Play.
Alternatively, it can be downloaded by scanning the QR code that has been published on Geberit ProApp’s promotional material.
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