HOUSTON - COADE announced today a CADWorx software giveaway beginning today and continuing through December 31, 2009, where customers who renew or purchase licenses for CADWorx Plant Professional and CADWorx P&ID Professional will receive free licenses for selected other CADWorx products. This special COADE offer is in response to the economic challenges facing its customers and others in the global marketplace as a means of helping them obtain critical software they need to do their jobs as well as to keep their software up-to-date.
Under this offer, those who renew maintenance or purchase CADWorx Plant Professional will receive a free copy of COADE CADWorx P&ID, a $1,600 value. Those who renew maintenance or purchase CADWorx P&ID Professional will receive a free copy of COADE CADWorx Datasheets, a $1,500 value.
COADE CADWorx P&ID has everything needed for the fast, intuitive and easy creation of process diagrams, providing standardization and higher quality output plus a user-modifiable symbol library. COADE CADWorx Datasheets, which includes both instrument and equipment modules, is a customizable utility for the generation of intelligent instrument and equipment datasheets. It can be used standalone or in conjunction with external databases, such as those linked to CADWorx P&ID Professional projects to provide bi-directional links to instrumentation and equipment tables.
Aug 28, 2009
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