Drafix Software Inc. recently announced the release of its 23rd version of its PRO Landscape Design Software.
Drafix Software says that PRO Landscape Version 23 not only gives users the necessary tools to create high quality photo imaging designs, it also provides accurate site plans in any size or scale and complete, professional proposals.
Landscape contractors, designers, garden centers and architects can easily and quickly create designs that are easy to communicate with PRO Landscape design software, the company says. A free PRO Landscape Companion app for iPod and Android tablets is also included with the software, which enables users to create photo imaging designs, quick proposals and base plans in a mobile environment.
This 23rd version contains an additional 3,000 high quality images, both of plants and non-plants, which pushes the overall image total to over 17,000 items the designer can choose from.
“We have begun the process of integrating the best parts of our recent asset purchase of Visual Impact Imaging’s EARTHSCAPES Software into PRO Landscape,” said Pete Lord, president of Drafix Software. “The integration will be of great benefit to our PRO Landscape users but will also make for a smoother migration path for those EARTHSCAPES users who want to switch to PRO Landscape.”
Additionally, Drafix says that this 23rd version is full of new features such as “add soldier course,” “irrigation color coding,” “recent object tab” and “create custom toolbar” that give users new design elements they can use to implement in to any design.
Version 23 is fully compatible with Microsoft Windows 7, 8 and 10, and is available now. It can also run on a Mac if the appropriate Windows software is installed and can run on both iPad or Android tablets.
The current price is $1,495.00; there are no monthly fees and free lifetime technical support is included. Depending on their current version, existing users can upgrade to Version 23 starting at $295.00; Version 23 is currently shipping in English, with German, Spanish and Italian versions to be available later in the year.