Enhanced service to link draughters and clients

CADBID’s online service to bring CAD draughters and clients together has several new features. It was first introduced in June 2008. Managing director Paul Russon says, ‘We’ve had very positive feedback from both draughters and clients. The dialogue that we have had with CADBID users has also enabled us to introduce some significant enhancements to the site.’ New features include draughters indicating which software packages they can work with, in addition to the mainstream packages already listed. Charges for draughters have been waived so that all registered draughters receive the premium service free.
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