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Apr 13, 2016


Mike DeKoning

Another factor may be the change in the Autodesk license strategy. Instead of having to give away functionality for free in order to get a foot in the door, these companies now see an opportunity to charge more. While customers will complain, they will still probably being paying less for the added features than using AutoCAD.

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