The ultimate goal of working with software programs is to simplify the work processes within an organization. However, working with slow-paced software can be frustrating. So, speed is as important to a software as it is to the effectiveness of a company or business.Continue reading “7 Strategies to Improve the Effectiveness of your CAD Software”
When using CAD software, we can either choose to use it on a standard desktop PC or a CAD workstation. But what’s the difference? What will we get if we use a custom CAD workstation and what will we lose if we use a regular desktop or laptop that we can get from any computer store?Continue reading “a CAD workstation or not?”
Collaboration is not a new concept for most of us who work in the CAD industry, it became well-known when topics on BIM (Building Information Modeling) began to prevail in recent years and it has become increasingly important especially for large companies with many projects and complicated drawing files. Collaboration usually involves two or more people working together in a project to accomplish a common goal.
For better productivity or efficiency and less time?Continue reading “Why Collaboration?”
One question that I have been frequently asked is should I use free CAD or paid CAD instead of which CAD should I use. So I decided to talk about my opinions about this. I’m not gonna make a long list of all the factors that you need to take into consideration when choosing your CAD. Just a few factors that really matters here.Continue reading “Free CAD VS Paid CAD?”
People don’t think too much about the difference between subscription and perpetual before 2015 when Autodesk announced they’d go subscription-only. Autodesk may not be the first software company to implement the subscription licensing approach, but it’s among one of the most successful ones without much doubt with its unrivaled leading position in the industry.Continue reading “Software Licensing Approach: Subscription or Perpetual?”
AutoCAD’s unrivaled leading position in CAD industry starts to change when it stopped selling permanent licenses. Users pay yearly subscription fee without receiving significant updates, but if they don’t, the software just stops working. In addition to this, there are many other reasons why you should look for AutoCAD alternatives. These reasons have already made many CAD managers rethink the continuation with AutoCAD.Continue reading “Why you should look for AutoCAD alternatives?”