Embarcadero Promotions for August and September
News|by Leanne Bevan|22 August 2018
Embarcadero has recently announced some great promotions for developers to take advantage of over the next few months!
If you purchase a RAD Studio, Delphi or C++Builder licence, you’ll also receive “Update Subscription” which gives you instant access to the latest versions, fixes and patches for the Embarcadero software. This usually comes all-inclusive for 12 months from the date of your purchase. However, Embarcadero is offering 18 months of Update Subscription if you buy duirng August and 15 months if you buy during September.
Not only have they got that great offer but until the end of August, they are offering 40% discount on Enterprise Connectors as well as 15% discount on Enterprise edition and 20% disocunt on Archtect edition of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder. Find out more about the products here.
Find out more about the promos here or email email@example.com.
We have also recently published some more blogs with Embarcadero:
- Embarcadero August 2018 Product Roadmap Part 1
- Key takeaways from our C++ event with Embarcadero
- New Google Play target API level requirement for Android
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