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British Airways Purchases 250 Licenses of CADVANCE LiTe 2000



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Anaheim, CA, May 2001:  The engineering department at British Airways (BAe) had been using 50 stations of CADVANCE v8 mainly for mechanical drawings, designing small components for their aircraft and also for drawing overhead seating layouts of their aircraft fleet.

With the diligent support and guidance of F I T's UK Distributor, CAlibre Support Services Ltd., BAe decided to upgrade their 50 licenses and add on 200 more licenses of CADVANCE LiTe 2000.  They were using several different CAD packages at their offices, such as Microstation, AutoCAD LT and TurboCAD, and they wanted to use just one package across the whole organization to eradicate the compatibility issues they were having.  Considering the cost, ease-of-use, and installation, CADVANCE was chosen.


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