STUDICA ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS FOR
NON-WATERMARKED 2013 AUTODESK STUDENT SUITES
April 3, 2012 Sanborn, NY – Studica, Inc., the education source for software and technology products is now accepting orders for 2013 Autodesk Suites for Students. “This is a huge announcement for students interested in Autodesk. Not only will students receive a great discount on commercial grade Autodesk products but this is non-watermarked software. The benefit is that all print outs will be clean and professional and there are no restrictions on file types” - said Studica President & CEO Frank Nanfara.
Autodesk announced five Student Suites for 2013 which are geared towards students who aspire to be digital artists, designers, engineers and architects. They include suites for Entertainment Creation, Product Design, AutoCAD Design, Infrastructure Design and Building Design. These suites offer students the ability to work on fully functional commercial grade products used by professionals. Students will be proficient in the software that the pros are using making their transitions into the workplace much easier. These suites are available for pre-order at www.studica.com/Autodesk-for-Students
These suites include different variations of Autodesk’s most popular titles such as AutoCAD (Architecture, Civil 3D, Electrical, Map, Mechanical, MEP, Raster Design, Structure Detailing and Utility Design), 3ds Max, Alias Design, Inventor, Maya, Mudbox, Revit, Sketchbook Designer, Softimage, Vault and many more. Students can determine the suite that is best for them by reviewing a Suite comparison chart available at http://www.studica.com/autodesk-student-suite-comparison
Studica is the education source for software and technology products. Utilizing a focused approach, Studica has outside and inside sales personnel, and an intuitive e-commerce site, an informative blog, Facebook, Pinterest, Google+ and Twitter feeds that work effectively together to serve the education community. Serving local and world education markets, Studica has offices in the US, Canada, the UK, Brazil, Greece, Denmark, Hungary, Australia and Mexico, with more planned in the near future.