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January 29, 2005 Show:
Affordable CAD Programs Guest:
Delta Software International, LLC is a leading developer and global supplier of consumer and law enforcement software solutions, with offices headquartered in Owasso, OK. Delta Software International, LLC (DSI) authors software titles CADPro 4, Cloak v7.0 and TAK.
CEO Robert Kourtis discusses how homeowners can save money in 2005 by easily designing their own home improvement and renovation projects using DSI's CADPro 4,http://www.cadprosoftware.com. CADPro 4 is a high end Computer Aided Design (CAD) package with over 8,000 features, in an easy to use Microsoft style interface. The software outputs detailed blueprint specifications from a home PC, any contractor or handy homeowner can work from. Features include: Sketch Tracing, unique Photo Pop-Up's, Blueprint Templates, Smart-Tools, Architectural Tools, Auto-Shape Tools, and a separate Audio/Video training CD, all for under $70.00.
Delta SoftwareJanuary 29, 2005 interview
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