Monday June 1, 2020

Software donation will help schools

A Co Clare company has kick-started an initiative that could see secondary schools in Ireland avail of over €100 million worth of free computer-aided design (Cad) technology over the coming years.

16th July, 2005

A Co Clare company has kick-started an initiative that could see secondary schools in Ireland avail of over €100 million worth of free computer-aided design (Cad) technology over the coming years.

Cadtec has agreed a deal with US technology company UGSPLM to supply free Cad software to up to 750 secondary schools in Ireland for use in a range of technical subjects.

As part of the deal, Cadtec will provide free €1,250 worth of training sessions...

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