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Dec 08, 2008

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Jon Banquer

IronCAD can't blame Siemens for being lost and mostly forgotten but they can blame themselves for:

1. Not competing head to head with SolidWorks and Pro/E.

2. Not having fully integrated CAM that runs inside of IronCAD.

3. Having closed forums.

4. Not investing in building a quality VAR network.

5. Having a horrible web site that hasn't seen any real update in ages.

IronCAD doesn't have clue one on how to properly market it's product and it's too bad because IronCAD still has great ideas and still has great potential.

Jon Banquer
San Diego, CA

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