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Inspiration made easy with Harris Paints’ Quick Match Pro
April 26, 2011
Harris Paints, the Caribbean Champions Of Colour, are making it easy for customers to fashion colour schemes for their home off of their favourite things, using their Quick Match Pro tool.
The handheld electronic “colour camera” allows persons to scan colour swatches, paint chips, fabrics, virtually anything which inspires them, and quickly lists the closest matches from within Harris Paints’ 6,000 plus colour range.
Unlike other devices found on the market, the Quick Match Pro tool is light and portable and gives customers the opportunity to view a chip of the matching colour before the paint is mixed, thus ensuring the right shade is chosen. This results in an acceleration of the matching process thereby reducing the amount of waiting time in store.
They also possess a Virtual Fandeck which recommends matching colours based on the Harris Paints Language of Colour mood groups, as well as lists the lighter and darker shades of the colour scanned.
Luke Ticknor, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing of the Harris Group of Companies said the Quick Match Pro is the latest addition to Harris Paints’ set of customer friendly tools, which include the Language of Colour chip display, Caribbean Champions Of Colour website, and online MousePainter application:
“There are many things which inspire us each and every day, and we at Harris Paints want to make it possible for our valued customers to match the colours of the things which inspire them with the impressive range of colours we stock, allowing them to incorporate these colours into their homes. The introduction of this unique feature is yet another example of what makes us the Caribbean Champions Of Colour.”
Customers are invited to take their favourite things to anyone of Harris Paints’ Colourcentres, where friendly staff will be on hand to scan these items with the Quick Match Pro tool and assist them with choosing their perfect colour in addition to recommending complementary colours. (PR)