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GiveMePower Launches New Professional CAD System For Under $300

June 21, 2005
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PowerCAD Classic 6 delivers big savings for professional 2D computer-aided design and 3D viewing applications.

GiveMePower Corporation, a provider of next-generation computer-aided design (CAD), digital blueprint management and graphics development software for "anytime and anywhere" use across all Windows desktop, laptop, tablet and handheld/wireless computing platforms, announced that PowerCAD Classic 6, a new professional-grade, AutoCAD-compatible 2D design and 3D viewing system is available for immediate purchase at a suggested price of $299.

Optimized for high-speed operation on all popular Windows desktop, laptop and XP tablet PCs, PowerCAD Classic 6 offers functionality similar to AutoCAD LT in a fast and productive system which costs $600 less. A CAD Anywhere family member, PowerCAD Classic 6 features nearly 300 powerful and easy to use tools that conform to industry standards of operation. Results can be shared directly in the latest DWG and DXF file formats (R12 to R2005/2006) with instant publishing of lightweight, web-ready DWF files for transfer via email or over the Internet.

With over 200,000 users in 40 countries around the world, PowerCAD office and mobility solutions are gaining popularity as the system of choice for businesses looking to increase productivity, improve communications and reduce costs on their design, construction, engineering, facilities management, manufacturing and mapping projects. Using PowerCAD, workers are more productive with "˜anytime and anywhere' access to 2D and 3D designs and digital blueprints, and direct sharing of AutoCAD-compatible results between the office and the field or shop floor.

GiveMePower customers range from small and medium size businesses, to major corporate and government enterprises such as AT&T, General Dynamics, Maytag, Penn State University, the United States Postal Service and multiple branches of the U.S. Military.

Source: GiveMePower, June 16, 2005


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