PURCHASE OPTIONS ARE AS FOLLOWS: –
- Full commercial licence
- Pay as you go commercial licence
- Academic licence
FREE SOFTWARE TRIAL
You can download a free demonstration version of Vulcan. This allows you to examine the interface and the capabilities of the software on problems of limited size and complexity. This demonstration version of Vulcan is freely available and should enable you to see the capabilities and functionality of the software. Some of its features have been limited for security, so it is not suitable for real projects and its use for commercial work is strictly forbidden. The demonstration version is fully interfaced, but is subject to limitations and restrictions:
FULL COMMERCIAL LICENCE
This is a full annual license for commercial use worldwide. The price depends on the number of licenses taken. This option is the most economic choice for those customers who can predict a regular ongoing use of the software.
PAY AS YOU GO COMMERCIAL LICENCE
This is the most economic choice for those customers whose use of the software is irregular. There is nominal annual charge plus a rate per quarter. The price will vary depending on the number of licences.
This is low cost option for teaching and academic institutions. Academic licences are offered at very competitive rates to encourage broader use of the technology, continued research and teaching worldwide. We have created many positive relationships with academics on all continents and believe this is a great benefit to all. Academic licences are only available on an annual basis.
SUPPORT AND TRAINING
Although the software is designed to be very easy to use, buyers of the full version of the software will normally undergo a short period of intensive training, and have access to technical support. The demonstration version is only intended to provide an overview and a taste of the software. However you can use the on-screen Help system for assistance and to learn something of how to use it.
You may also find it helpful to view the Powerpoint file Vulcan.ppt which, although intended to introduce the full version, will also give you some understanding of how the software functions.