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Posted by on Sep 8, 2013

Announcing Site Licensing for Annotate PRO Legal Writing Edition


We are very pleased to announce Site License options for Annotate PRO Legal Writing Edition.

A number of law schools have purchased multiple copies of Annotate since we introduced it in 2011. Since we released a Mac OS X version (for Mac Office 2011), many of our users have requested dual installers to cover all the computers they use. We’ve fielded many, many emails from users who have replaced their computer and need an updated installer. We’ve worked with various IT staff at various schools to get installers into faculty hands and manage updates/improvements.

While we’ll continue to offer an individual purchase option, understanding that many of our users are reaching into their own pockets to buy Annotate, we are shifting institutional purchases to an annual license fee of $395.

There is no long-term commitment. But we would like to see Annotate made available to ALL faculty at law schools and would like to ensure an ongoing relationship so we can continue to invest in Annotate’s development and support new versions of Microsoft Word.

We’re doing a number of things to make this transition a win for law schools and 11trees:

  • We’ve posted full, PRO installers of Annotate so anyone can try our complete solution for free. These installers will work through October 15, 2013.
  • We’re offering a $200 discount on the first year’s subscription price – which lowers the Institution license to $195. This is about the price of two Annotate PRO LWE installers, so we hope our aggressive pricing will help law schools experiment. Just use the Coupon Code “Atticus” at checkout to save over 50% on the Institution license. The discount is good through October 15, 2013.
  • Realizing that annotating documents is useful to students as well and to celebrate the fall 2013 launch of our newest product, Q for Research, we’ve also introduced an Institution+ license. We’ll provide a year’s worth of Annotate PRO, for all faculty and all students, plus the Q for Research solution that embeds your library resources in Microsoft Word and Google Chrome. With Q for Research your students can much more efficiently access the library resources you’ve spent so much time and resources developing.

You can click the big button below to read more about the differences and to try PRO for free, but please don’t hesitate to be in touch with specific questions or to customize a solution for your institution.

Learn More About Annotate PRO LWE Licensing

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