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Graphisoft SA announces world’s first Archicad pay-per-month BIM licence offering

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Archicad for All.  Graphisoft SA is proud to announce Archicad Pay-Per-Month. This unique BIM licence offering is a worldwide first affording architects, interior designers, landscape architects and town planners an easier way to adopt BIM workflow without a cash draining capital outlay cost or annual subscription plans.

With this new cost effective introduction, Graphisoft is, yet again, showing commitment to supporting the South African design industry with this unique market offering that provides support for business to scale and maneuver the market based on workload.

“We are pleased to introduce this revolutionary service and pricing” comments Dean Naidoo, Graphisoft SA Business Manager. “Furthering the growth of BIM and making it easily accessible is at the core of what we do,” he continues “We listen to our clients and are proud to be able to offer this new flexible service as a first worldwide. We understand that clients are requiring more versatility and we have listened to this feedback. We care about our clients and it is vital for us to show loyalty to them as they do to us”.

Users can now purchase Archicad Pay-Per-Month which gives them full business flexibility as there are no long term commitments, cancellation fees or perpetual licence trade-ins.

Pricing Structure

  • 1-4 Licences – R2750* excl. VAT per license.
  • 5-9 Licences – R2500* excl. VAT per license.
  • 10 Licences or more – R2250* excl. VAT per license.

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