5/22/2019

SmartCAMcnc Software Subscription Cuts Acquisition Costs

Originally titled 'Software Subscription Cuts Acquisition Costs'
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SmartCAMcnc’s software subscription option cuts acquisition costs for CAM software.

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SmartCAMcnc’s software subscription option cuts acquisition costs for computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software. In response to changing market demand, the company added an annual subscription option to its existing ‘perpetual-use licenses’. For many years, the computer-aided design (CAD) and CAM industries have seen accelerated growth in ‘subscription-only software’ offerings, which is a departure from the decades-old ‘buy a software use license with maintenance contract” method. Because both approaches have their place in the market, the company offers a choice.

To learn more, click here, and find a side-by-side comparison providing details of the two subscription offerings.

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