business management at Bradley University in Peoria.
“We knew that we needed to use computers more,
so we enhanced the way we used the software we were
using and implemented new systems, too,” he says.
One of the systems implemented early on by
Rothan was the Cabnetware software. In 2012, the
company added Cabinet Vision, a design-to-manufac-turing application also made by Vero Software.
“What I love most about Cabinet Vision are the
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design capabilities, especially being a computer-ori-
ented person,” Rothan says. “Cabinet Vision is built
on 3D modeling theory, so you can see what you’re
making. With Cabnetware, it was harder to visualize
and get an overall picture.”
In Cabinet Vision, programmers start by entering
the dimensions of the room in which they plan to
build. Once that virtual room has been created, cabi-
nets are drawn to scale and placed. “Presentation-
wise, Cabinet Vision is very helpful,” Rothan says. “We
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About 90 percent of the work Rothan does is commercial,
like this contemporary reception desk.