Perforce 20/20 is a fantastic opportunity for small indie games developers like us," said Stewart Gilray, Chief Executive Officer of Just Add Water. "We need a really powerful, flexible system to keep pace with our demanding development environment.
Alameda, Calif. (PRWEB) April 24, 2012
Perforce Software has opened new opportunities for organizations to use its robust software version management system at no cost. With the Perforce 20/20 Program, the company provides its product free for up to 20 users and 20 workspaces, and unlimited files. This program extends an already rich set of flexible, affordable licensing options available to new Perforce users.
In related news, Perforce also announced today the general availability of its 2012.1 software version management system, featuring new distributed version control capabilities (see “Perforce Introduces Coordinated Distributed Development Capabilities with New Release of Its Software Version Management System”).
"Perforce 20/20 is a fantastic opportunity for small indie games developers like us," said Stewart Gilray, Chief Executive Officer of Just Add Water. "We need a really powerful, flexible system to keep pace with the demanding development environment we use to create the next generation of Oddworld titles, and the fact that Perforce is now free for companies and teams of our size is perfect."
Perforce 20/20 Program
The new 20/20 program makes it easy for any organization—from Silicon Valley start-ups to emerging game developers—to use Perforce’s enterprise-class software version management system. The program always provides the complete and most up-to-date features and capabilities. It now includes the company’s just-released 2012.1 products.
- Free for up to 20 users and 20 workspaces, and an unlimited number of files
- Or free for an unlimited number of users and up to 1,000 files
- Available today from http://www.perforce.com
Free for Open Source and Academic Use
Additionally, Perforce is available at no cost for use in open source projects, such as FreeBSD, and to educational institutions. Most recently, the Vancouver Film School adopted Perforce for its game design program with 2,000 educational licenses.
“We have always supported the open source and academic communities by making our products freely available to them,” said Nigel Chanter, Chief Operating Officer for Perforce. “When companies are ready to buy Perforce, we offer a full complement of licensing options with straightforward, all-inclusive pricing and access to our renowned technical support and services.”
Flexible, Affordable Licensing Options
Perforce offers a variety of licensing packages to accommodate customers of any size. For smaller teams, Perforce offers a 20-User Starter Pack at $9,000, or half the standard price, including full technical support. For companies that are unsure of their long-term needs, Perforce offers a one-year subscription license at $360 per seat—less than a dollar a day. Subscription pricing also gives existing customers a cost-effective way to add or remove licenses annually. For additional pricing and license information, please visit perforce.com/purchase.
About Perforce Software
Perforce Software is a provider of software and solutions that enable teams to create, develop and version everything. The world's most innovative companies and recognized brands trust Perforce to manage all of their digital assets—from intellectual property to content. The Perforce enterprise version management platform is unique in its ability to handle large and distributed collections of content and is backed by a full complement of professional services. Founded in 1995, Perforce Software is headquartered in Alameda, California, with international operations in the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. For more information, visit http://www.perforce.com.