"Tim Sharp" wrote:
We are a small drawing office and have 4 computers running node locked licences of Isodraw and 1 computer running CADprocess. We are increasingly finding it difficult to cope with just 1 CAD process, but don't want to have another completely stand alone computer running an extra Foundation + CADprocess licence with the costs that entails. There are only 4 of us in the drawing office so I thought it would make sense to have 4 copies of foundation and 2 floating CADprocess upgrade licences so 2 of us at a time can use CAD process from our own computers. My boss just phoned PTC to ask the cost of a floating licence and was told Â£11,000 - That's nearly 18,000 US dollars! I'm finding this difficult to believe. Every CAD program I've used in the past has had a floating licence by default, so has something been missed and the real cost is not that high? Remember we already have 5 Isodraw licences, including the CADprocess one, so all we are wanting to do is reduce down to 4 licences, but have 2 floating CADprocess licences - would we get some credit for what we already have? Any advice would be gratefully received.