05 November 2008

Free progeCAD Upgrade Until 2009 Includes USB, Network and AutoCAD LT Upgrades

Sydney, Australia - Efforts are underway at progeSOFT to release the most reliable low cost alternative to AutoCAD ever. progeCAD 8.0.22-24 will be released free to all current progeCAD 2008 customers very soon. The 22-24 release will offer noticeable performance enhancements over the current version. The 2009 full release should be available by the turn of the year.

Like last year, CADDIT will continue to offer free progeCAD 2009 upgrades to each purchase of progeCAD Professional 2008 after October 1 2008 until the release of progeCAD 2009.

This free upgrade promotion offers AutoCAD and progeCAD users the best of both worlds. While having an immediate license now, users also receive an immediate upgrade for progeCAD 2009 upon release.

This special free upgrade promotion includes all forms of progeCAD Professional 2008 licenses purchased from CADDIT, including progeCAD network NLM, progeCAD USB, progeCAD 2007 upgrades, competitive upgrades and corporate licenses.

Corporate license and upgrade users will benefit the most from this special offer. A progeCAD Corporate license grants use on an unlimited number of PCs to a company in one or several locations. Upgrade users currently own legal licenses for any qualifying commercial product, including progeCAD 2007 Pro, TurboCAD Pro, AutoCAD LT, Microstation, Vectorworks, ArchiCAD, DataCAD, PunchCAD and Actrix. All corporate and upgrade buyers after October 1, 2008 will get free 2009 progeCAD upgrades.

progeCAD designers take part in a community of 100,000 users worldwide enjoying unparalleled CAD value. progeCAD offers full low cost DWG 2D and 3D compatibility, AutoLISP interpreter, AutoCAD style commands and interface, OLE and raster object embedding and quality support. CADDIT bundles forum & TSL1 support with all licenses, with additional professional support options available. progeCAD can be downloaded and tested 30 days for free here.

CADDIT is a professional CAD and CAM software consulting company based in Sydney Australia. The full version of this article can be found here.

1 comment:

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