AlphaCorr releases Rules and SteelRules v9 for greater productivity

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[] Austin, Texas - AlphaCorr, the makers of precision CAD for designing customized packaging, point-of-purchase displays, and the steel rule dies to make them, announces the release of Rules v9 and SteelRules v9, their flagship software on Mac and Windows.

Rules and SteelRules v9 have support for the most modern operating systems including Mac OS X 10.10 and Window 8.1. New usability enhancements have been added to both programs. A variety of new tools and support for the latest DXF/DWG are included along with 2D PDF import and export. Both programs also have added a direct link to Adobe Illustrator.

Robert Bou, AlphaCorr co-founder, had this to say about the release: "If you value your time, this is the software for you."

Rules provides precision CAD for designing corrugated packaging, point-of-purchase and self-standing displays. SteelRules has everything Rules has plus complex die making layouts. Both are available for either Mac and Windows operating systems.

For customers on subscription or under a current service contract the upgrade is free. For legacy customers with a permanent license but not under a current service contract, talk to AlphaCorr for pricing and further details. For more information contact AlphaCorr at +1 800 862-0795 or visit them online.

Based in Austin, Texas, AlphaCorr, LLC is the world's leading developer of structural packaging and point-of-purchase display software for both Mac and Windows. Founded in 2007, AlphaCorr uses the powerful, yet easy-to-use user-interface paradigms originally developed for Ashlar-Vellum Graphite(TM). AlphaCorr continues to enable the creative design and production of precise, sophisticated packaging and displays around the world. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 AlphaCorr, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Max OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.