Graebert Software of Berlin, Germany, has become the second-largest vendor of 2D CAD software by mostly staying in the shadows. It publishes Ares Commander under its own name, but is also an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) kernel developer, which other vendors customize and ship under another brand name. Graebert is the developer behind Dassault Systèmes DraftSight and Corel Software CorelCAD. Between all versions sold by all vendors, Graebert claims more than 8 million active users of its DWG-compatible CAD technology. Many of those 8 million
users have DraftSight Free; Dassault likes to brag that it saves its
customers $7,000 annually for each seat of DraftSight they deploy
instead of buying AutoCAD.
With pioneering support for Android tablets and all three common desktop platforms (Windows, Mac, Linux), Graebert has become an innovation leader in 2D CAD. It also jointly creates Ares Map with GIS leader Esri. All Graebert-based products sport a robust feature set any AutoCAD user will respect. CorelCAD is unique as a CAD program designed for professionals in nontraditional CAD industries; many use it alongside Corel Draw for technical illustration.
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