It sounds like "shared" projects might help. That is what we used in the past for multi-user projects. Each user checks out/in certain files from within IV (IV only sets a flag similar to Excel). All the users are working with the same networked files, and workgroups under the same/similar projects. The users don't have local copies, and only one person can work on a file at a time, but any one can view it. if someone is sick for a day and left their work checkout out to them IV also included a steal checkout option, which is very nice. CBliss also has a check in/out utility called "unreserve" to clean things up if needed.
Ummm... marketing of your company and services. Toss a fully annoted 2D
layout at a less technical buyer or show them a nice rendering to help them
understand your design. Which will be more effective?
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Now, build it from that fancy picture...what's the point?