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New Prices for Next Generation of AFT Software Products

We have been hard at work for the last several years on the next generation of AFT software products. These new versions will extend AFT's leadership in the global marketplace and offer engineers unprecedented modeling and user interface capabilities.

Many of our products have had no price increases for five or even ten years. Further, we will be bundling modules into AFT Fathom 8 and AFT Arrow 5 which in the past were offered at extra cost. US customers can see the new pricing at the links below. International customers should contact their distributors for new pricing information.

AFT Fathom 8 New Pricing
AFT Arrow 5 New Pricing
AFT Mercury 8 New Pricing
AFT Impulse 5 New Pricing
AFT Titan 5 New Pricing

Second and additional licenses on the same order will receive a 10% discount. If a client has a current SUM and orders new licenses of a product, they will receive a 10% on all new licenses of that product.

SUM prices for AFT Fathom 8 will not change from current prices until October 1, 2012 at the earliest. Other SUM prices will go into effect when each new version is released.

For the first time ever, AFT will offer a corporate pricing program. Corporate pricing will provide 20-40% off standard prices. Details are discussed in a separate article entitled New Corporate Pricing Program for AFT Products.

The AFT Fathom CST and NSL modules will no longer be offered as separate items but will be part of the core AFT Fathom 8 product. Similarly the AFT Arrow CST module will be part of the core product.

The AFT Fathom 8 SSL module will have some significant enhancements which will be announced at a future date.

Package discounts for buying modules at the same time as full licenses will be discontinued.

For many years AFT has offered quarterly leases. These will still be the same as before. For the first time AFT will offer annual leases.

Leases: prices for upcoming AFT products to go into effect at the release of each new version

Companies who lease a product can get credit for one full quarter towards a full license purchase if the order is placed before the end of the lease. Modules will no longer be leased.

New Corporate Pricing Program for AFT Products
The Future of Engineering - Part 1
 

Comments 2

Guest - Geoffrey Stone on Saturday, 30 June 2012 00:04

There is no way I can take account of the corporate discounting as I am a one man band that services many corporate clients. Some of these have been encouraged to purchase licences. I have been supporter of AFT products for many years and appreciate your marketting efforts to increase the user base. The more licences out there the better the chance I get to be briefed to review a company's modelling for QA purposes or in a court case.

Looking forward to the NSL module being incorporated into Fathom8. The CST module could be useful in Australia as we are having a carbon dioxide tax imposed tomorrow. i will be able to show clients the real savings by selecting the more efficient pump, not using a VFD but a control valve and retofitting equipment.

There is no way I can take account of the corporate discounting as I am a one man band that services many corporate clients. Some of these have been encouraged to purchase licences. I have been supporter of AFT products for many years and appreciate your marketting efforts to increase the user base. The more licences out there the better the chance I get to be briefed to review a company's modelling for QA purposes or in a court case. Looking forward to the NSL module being incorporated into Fathom8. The CST module could be useful in Australia as we are having a carbon dioxide tax imposed tomorrow. i will be able to show clients the real savings by selecting the more efficient pump, not using a VFD but a control valve and retofitting equipment.

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