Archicad 24 Teamwork Perpetual Licence
- 5 or more £4,320.00
- 10 or more £3,980.00
- Archicad 24 Teamwork (PC + Mac)
- Applecore Designs Starter Template and Archicad UKI Template
- BIMx (Building Explorer)
- CineRender (Cinema 4D rendering engine)
- 12 months' full product upgrades and technical support
Archicad is a fully integrated BIM solution for architecture and the building industry, storing all the information about your project in a central database from which the drawings and documentation are quickly and efficiently produced. Intelligent model-based workflows for new build, renovation and retrofit projects allow automated, fully coordinated and accurate documentation, eliminating costly, tedious re-working.
Graphisoft BIM Server provides a platform for multiple team members to work on a model and its documentation collectively in real time, within the office and through the Internet, reducing network traffic to a minimum for instant and reliable data-exchange.
Archicad is a full 64-bit application on Mac and PC platforms with multi-processor support for optimum performance. Predictive background processing, optimised scaling of multiple-core CPUs, and an improved central graphics unit result in optimised performance and navigation.
A perpetual licence is the traditional model used to purchase software.
There is an initial cost to purchase a licence, plus the annual
membership cost that entitles the you to upgrades and technical support
for 12 months.
Archicad licensing works on a concurrent basis, therefore you are free to install the software on as many machines as required. Contact us to discuss other options, including network licences, downloadable "soft licences", licence borrow options, multi-licence discounts, or further pricing information.
All product upgrades and new releases are included for the 12 month period after the purchase date, as well technical support by telephone and email. A further 12 months full product upgrades and support can
be renewed from £617.00 + VAT per licence per annum.