The Premier Destination for All CAD Users to Extend and Maximize Their Productivity
"This is just the first step of many to bring more CAD add-ons, more CAD symbols, and more CAD freeware and shareware to CAD users," says Gordon Landies, President of IMSI. "Regardless of the design application they operate, our CAD websites are the destination of choice for all CAD users looking to extend and maximize their CAD capabilities."
CADalog.com -- The CAD add-on superstore
On it's way to being the leading provider of CAD add-ons and plug-ins, customers visiting CADalog.com will find a large selection of add-ons and plug-ins to AutoCAD(R), Mechanical Desktop, Autodesk(R) Inventor, SolidWorks(R), Rhino(TM), TurboCAD(R), DesignCAD(TM), CADKey(R), ProEngineer and many more popular design applications. In the following weeks and months, IMSI will add hundreds of cutting-edge CAD add-on products to this site.
CADsymbols.com -- The right symbol, right now
Already one of the largest mechanical parts symbol libraries on-line, CADsymbols.com provides subscribers unlimited access to over 8 million 2D and 3D hardware component symbols. Subscribers can choose from hundreds of top manufacturers and download symbols in native AutoCAD(R), Inventor, SolidWorks(R), and Solid Edge formats, as well as neutral ACIS(R), IGES and DXF formats, already compressed for fast download.
Every subscription of $49.95/month or $199.95/year includes unlimited access to the entire collection including the millions of symbols soon be added in the areas of architecture, home decor, electro-mechanical, electrical power, hydraulics, HVAC, fire protection, transportation, FM, GIS, plant design and more. These additional symbols come from IMSI's acquisition of 30 million standard parts and symbols announced last week, making CADsymbols.com the largest online subscription of content for architects and engineers.
FreeCADapps.com -- Free is good
FreeCADapps.com launches offering one of the largest and best selections of CAD shareware, freeware and free trial software. With nearly 6,000 downloads currently available, it's a terrific place for customers to test drive new software and download tools for their specific CAD applications. "In addition to adding great value to the CAD community, FreeCADapps.com is essential for bringing in new customers and driving traffic to our commerce sites," says Robert Mayer, Executive Vice President of Precision Design Software. "To keep the content fresh, we will be adding new freeware, shareware, and free trial software to the site every month and visitors can sign up to receive a monthly listing of new software added to this site."
Founded in 1982, IMSI has established a tradition of providing the professional and home user with innovative technology and easy-to-use, high-quality software products at affordable prices. The company maintains two business divisions. The Precision Design division, anchored by IMSI's flagship product, TurboCAD(R) and its recently acquired DesignCAD(TM) line, also develops and markets other visual content and design software such as FloorPlan(R) 3D. The Business Applications division provides businesses and end users with software solutions through its popular products such as TurboProject(R), FormTool(R), FlowCharts&More(TM), HiJaak(R) and TurboTyping(TM). This division also provides ergonomic and keyboard training to Fortune 1000 companies for worker-related safety, productivity, and ergonomic compliance improvements through Keynomics, a wholly owned subsidiary of IMSI. More information about IMSI can be found at http://www.imsisoft.com/.
NOTE: IMSI is a registered trademark of International Microcomputer Software, Inc. All other products are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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This announcement contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results could differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements as a result of various factors including the ability of the company to successfully commercialize its new technologies as well as risk factors set forth under "Factors Affecting Future Operating Results" in the company's annual report on Form 10-KSB for the year ended June 30, 2003, and such other risks detailed from time to time in the company's reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company undertakes no obligation to publicly release the result of any revisions to these forward-looking statements, which may be made to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.
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