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Hi, I'm going to make a software review in my company which has number of Adobe CC licenses, but most of them can be easily replaced with Affinity software. I will need prices for 5-10 users and they will include Designer and Photo (and Publisher when it's in a stable relase) to prepare a business case. Who should I contact regarding this? Thanks.
Hello, I'm new here and I've heard a lot about Affinity's powerful ability as an real alternative for Graphic designers who want to avoid Adobe and their strictly, monthly payment model (which is not only a cost thing, but also something regarding their flexibility/accessibility). Just keep in mind: This is not a question about whether Affinity will release their new Update (v1.6) and what to expect or what features are going to be released. This is more a general question about Affinity's product line. From what I understand is, Affinity will publish a third beta program called "Affinity Publisher", which will also represent the complete "Graphic Suite" of Affinity, right? That means, there are no plans to bring out more program packages, but rather more tools that will be implemented in each programs of Affinity's Suite depending on their speciality? (sorry, for my poor english - it is not my native language) So if there are no subscriptions and free Updates, how can customers know up to which version they are going to have free updates? I know updates and upgrades are two different things, but in this case it is indeed a little confusing, since Affinity is offering their products free from subscriptions. So what's the big picture here? :)
I understand that one of the candidate builds will eventually turn into a release version very soon. This is something to celebrate, of course, but it brings me to a question. I know it's a naive one but I have to ask it anyway. (I'm quite disappointed with some of your competitors' practices.) Your current rhythm of improvements and fixes is great, as is your unusual responsiveness to users. Are these qualities really part of the company policy? Will you guys keep doing this even well after the beta is over? Thanks for any thoughts.
What is the relationship between Affinity and Serif? Will Serif's products such as PhotoPlus X7 remain as the Windows option or will eventually both Windows and Mac be running the more elegant Affinity line? I'm also really curious as to the end-game plan. IPO or selling out as I imagine Adobe, Corel, Google and others will quickly take notice. Hope there's some way for us early adopters to get in on any IPO before the institutions :D