Dubuque, IA - Eagle Point announced today that it has reached an agreement with the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) for the distribution of its LANDCADD™ software to ASLA members.
This agreement follows extensive research and testing of Eagle Point's LANDCADD™ software by numerous ASLA members and technical evaluators.
"ASLA is committed to providing landscape architects access to the best technology available for the profession," said Nancy Somerville, ASLA Executive Director. "This is a great opportunity for them to not only utilize LANDCADD in their practice, but to have a voice in future developments in the software."
Through this agreement, ASLA members will now be able to purchase various Eagle Point software modules and packages at a discounted rate from ASLA. In addition, ASLA members that are current Eagle Point clients will be able to obtain additional Eagle Point products and services at a savings of 10 percent.
"We have worked closely with ASLA for a number of years," states Randy Ambrosy, Eagle Point VP of Business Development, "and we are pleased to formalize this relationship and offer another benefit for ASLA members."
Developed by landscape industry professionals, LANDCADD™ is the leading design software in the landscape and irrigation market. It works as a stand-alone Windows-based CAD product as well as in conjunction with AutoCAD and MicroStation. Eagle Point also fully supports data exchange through the LandXML format.
The Eagle Point software products available to ASLA members through this association with Eagle Point are: Landscape Design, Base Plan, Plant Database, Construction Details, Site Planning, Site Design, Site Analysis, Surface Modeling, Quantity Takeoff, Irrigation Design, and ColorFast™.
Founded in 1983, Eagle Point offers technologies and technology implementation services for land development professionals worldwide. Currently, Eagle Point has an installed client base of more than 40,000.
Founded in 1899, ASLA represents landscape architects nationwide. The organization advances the profession through education, advocacy, networking opportunities, and publications. Landscape architects integrate elements of the natural and built environment to produce sites that are both functional and beautiful.