SGIS Desktop v1.0

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Everything you need to know about SGIS

Frequently Asked Questions

To get started with SGIS Desktop, you can begin by downloading the Free Demo Version, readily accessible from our Homepage and Product page. For a seamless experience, we recommend complementing your download with the User Guide, a comprehensive resource containing detailed explanations of all functions and features.

To further enhance your familiarity with SGIS Desktop, we invite you to explore our YouTube channel, where you’ll find step-by-step tutorials to guide you through various processes. Additionally, our SGIS Stories blog-post page, conveniently located in the main Menu, provides insightful content to enrich your understanding.

With whatever requirements users may have, our team is readily available at info@simplegissoft.com to provide personalized assistance and to furnish any additional information needed.

SGIS Desktop presents itself as a versatile GIS desktop software tailored to meet the diverse needs of both personal users and businesses. Our pricing model consists of three primary options, each designed to accommodate various preferences.

For a convenient and flexible choice, we offer users the opportunity to secure a 3-month license at the cost of 149 €. Alternatively, those seeking a longer-term commitment can opt for the 1-year license, available for 499 €. It’s important to note that these introductory prices will remain unchanged for a span of 6 months, commencing from the initial release date on July 5th.

We understand the importance of user convenience, which is why each license is intended for installation on a single computer. It’s important to emphasize that licenses cannot be transferred between different computers. However, acknowledging the diverse nature of our user base, we’ve introduced a customized pricing option. If this aligns with your needs, we invite you to engage with our sales team at sales@simplegissoft.com. They will attentively consider your requirements and strive to formulate a mutually beneficial agreement.

Minimum: Windows 7, 8, 10, 11;  32/64 bit ; and Linux ; 2 GB RAM 

In terms of system requirements, we’ve designed SGIS software with utmost efficiency in mind. It’s intentionally crafted to be lightweight, ensuring minimal storage usage while delivering swift performance across various computer setups. This optimization is a distinctive hallmark of the software, allowing it to seamlessly operate on a wide range of systems. As a result, you can expect the software to run smoothly on Windows 7, 8, 10, and 11, both 32 and 64-bit versions, and Linux; and a minimum of 2 GB RAM. This careful engineering ensures that SGIS maximizes its capabilities while placing minimal demands on your hardware.

Yes, you can! To assist you in making an informed decision about SGIS Desktop’s suitability for your project or organization, we invite you to explore our Demo Version. This complimentary version offers full access to all features, except the save as function. This enables you to experience the software’s capabilities firsthand, aiding in your assessment of its compatibility with your specific needs. Should you have any queries or require further assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Upon purchasing a SGIS Desktop license, you’ll be assigned a personal SGIS support manager to ensure uninterrupted and efficient assistance whenever needed.

The demo version of SGIS Desktop software is not time-limited. You can use it for as long as you want. However, please note that the demo version includes all the functions of the full version except for the “Save As” feature. To access the “Save As” function, you would need to upgrade to the full version of the software.

To access the full range of features offered by SGIS Desktop, a subscription is required. You have the option to choose between a 3-month or an annual subscription plan. If you’re unsure about committing right away, you can make use of our free trial to thoroughly evaluate the software’s capabilities before making a purchase decision.