DraftSight – Purchasing Options

There are two different versions of DraftSight available to purchase. How do you decide which one is right for your business? Perhaps today’s blog will help.

DraftSight Professional is available for $99.00 / €99.00 for 12 months. For that, you have access to the latest updates and releases during your 12 month subscription. DraftSight Professional is aimed at engineers, architects and CAD users who need a professional-grade 2D design and drafting solution.

DraftSight Enterprise costs $335 per license and is aimed at large organisations who need the power of DraftSight Professional plus network licensing and technical support.

So, what’s the difference between DraftSight Professional and DraftSight Enterprise. Well, Enterprise has all the features of Professional and then a few extras, such as a Deployment Wizard, Technical Support and Network Licensing. These additional features in Enterprise make managing your DraftSight installs in a large organisation a lot easier as they can be centrally managed.

So, which version of DraftSight is right for you? Well, unless you are a large organisation with many installs, Professional would probably be the best choice. At  $99.00 / €99.00, it offers excellent value and includes industry standard content that can be added to a document with ease, batch printing to print multiple files without opening them, and a familiar user interface that makes it easy to transition from other comparable CAD applications.

If you’d like to explore instructional videos for DraftSight Professional and Enterprise, visit DraftSight2017.com.

To purchase DraftSight Professional, click here. To request a quote for DraftSight Enterprise, click here.

Discover more about DraftSight and how you can boost your productivity with DraftSightProfessional, a powerful 2D design solution for professionals that includes productivity tools and an API for just $99.00 / €99.00.



MJ Smyth
The first time I used CAD, it was on a DOS PC with an 8088 processor, 640K of memory and a Hercules Mono Graphics Card... That, well that was a long long time ago. I switched to DraftSight the day it was released and haven't looked back!
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