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VersaCAD 2006 for Intel-Macs available

updated 05:30 pm EST, Wed January 11, 2006

Intel-Mac VersaCAD

Archway Systems today announced that it will ship its newest product, VersaCAD 2006 for Macintosh, for the new dual-core Intel-based Macs. The version provides a design/drafting software for the Mac-based architect, designer, engineer or drafter. Archway Systems' VersaCAD is also now available in an Unlimited Corporate License, which allows for users to install VersaCAD on every computer within an organization, even those used at home by company employees. The Unlimited Corporate License provides all VersaCAD versions to the licensee including older Macs, PowerMacs, and the new Intel-based Mac plus Windows versions if requested. Single copies of VersaCAD 2006 for Macintosh are priced at $800. Premium Service (software updates, new releases and tech support) is available at $600 per year.

Site licenses are available at $1,000 per year for companies with up to 10 employees, $1,500 up to 20 employees, $2,000 up to 50 employees, etc. Site license fees include the license and Premium Service plus right to donate a campus license to any local school of choice. Academic pricing is $200 per copy, while Academic campus licenses are $1000 and include one year of academic VersaCAD 2006 for Macintosh will ship this quarter.




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