The GdPicture team recommends purchasing annual maintenance to maximize your SDK investment, guarantee access to current versions of GdPicture.NET and control your budget over the years.
With the GdPicture.NET Annual Maintenance Plan you will pay the same price each year, regardless of the pricing changes related to major upgrades.
The use of the Annual Maintenance Program requires a valid email and updated purchasing information. At the anniversary date of the purchase, a notification is sent to you by email to pay the annual subscription to the maintenance program.

Annual Maintenance includes the following:

Upgrades

Major, medium and minor version upgrades, including bug fixes.

Technical Support

Priority technical support via our helpdesk with an active Service Level Agreement (SLA) support plan, as described on our Support FAQ page.

Extended Redistribution Right

Redistribution of GdPicture.NET outside the company owning the license is granted during a period of twelve months following the acquisition date. The maintenance contract permits to extend the redistribution right after the twelve months following the acquisition date.

Availability and Pricing

  • Annual maintenance contract is available to any current version customer.
  • Maintenance may be purchased when purchasing the original license or upgrade to current version.
  • Cost for the initial purchase is 20% of the SRP (Suggested Retail Price) of the licenses bought (SDK and/or plugin(s)).
  • Cost for the annual maintenance is 40% of the SRP of the purchased licenses (SDK and any additional plugins).
  • The annual maintenance contract guarantees the customer to pay the same fixed price each year at the anniversary date of the purchase, regardless of the pricing changes related to major upgrades.
  • Without a maintenance plan, the standard cost for upgrades is 75% of the SRP of the product being upgraded. See our policies here.

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Annual Maintenance interruption and reactivation

The Annual Maintenance Plan renewal date always corresponds to the date of the initial purchase of the components or upgrades.
Missing payment for the Annual Maintenance Plan renewal leads to an automatic interruption of the maintenance plan.
A customer may reactivate the Maintenance Plan within twelve months after it has been interrupted by making a payment corresponding to the Annual Maintenance Plan renewal.
An interrupted Maintenance Plan will be terminated if not reactivated within twelve months after it has been interrupted.
The annual renewal date of the reactivated Maintenance Plan corresponds to the initial purchase of components or upgrades, NOT the reactivation date.