BricsCAD V19, which is expected to be released within days, will bring with it new, higher pricing. It still won’t be anything like Autodesk-level high, of course, but will be a bit higher than it was.
Bricsys is currently offering new buyers of V18 an automatic upgrade to V19 (the serial number will just work for both). What this means is that you don’t need to pay for All-in Maintenance to keep up to date in the first year. You’re therefore saving twice: by avoiding the price hike and by not needing to add about US$220 for All-in. You can add All-in later, or optionally pay for upgrades as you see fit. If you do decide to upgrade later, you will be expected to sign up for All-in at that time, so there will be a catch-up cost associated with that.
Upshot: if you’re going to buy new BricsCAD licenses, be quick. Do it now. Next week might be too late.
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sponsored? I bet you would have written this either way 🙂 I may be buying a bunch of bcad’s when my adesk sub expires.