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Mar 11, 2004

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Joe

About your statement that IMSI almost went out of business: it had nothing to do with TurboCAD. In fact, it was pretty much TurboCAD that kept them afloat! Their business woes were based entirely upon a lawsuit on one of IMSI's other business divisions (now sold off: arttoday.com).

Joe Tilman
(I don't work for them, but I am a fan of TurboCAD)

Paul Tracey

I work for Avanquest and represent TurboCAD for the UK market. Two weeks ago I gave a demo to a chap that AutoDesk had quoted £15,000 as a solution to his requirements. After a demo he bought TurboCAD professional Platinum for £800 and he told me that it did everything he needed.
Paul Tracey

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