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Slide 5.0 or Slope/w

Slide 5.0 or Slope/w

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I am a recently graduated environmental engineer and have been tasked by my CEO to do a comparison on the Slope stability software he is interrested in. He wants me to find out which, between Slide 5.0 or Slope/w, is the most cost effective option. I have no experience in this type of software, so I'm a bit lost. Anyone able to help me with advice on how to get started?

RE: Slide 5.0 or Slope/w

Get hold the of the Reps.

RE: Slide 5.0 or Slope/w

(OP)
Just wonder how many reps you've been in contact with that would tell you that their competitors product is better. That's why I decided to use this forum. So I could get opinions from people who might have used this software.

RE: Slide 5.0 or Slope/w

I am in the same situation. I am looking at the same software you have mentioned. Both manufacturers have the prices on their websites, but I am looking for recommendations on which software has the best features, if they are user-friendly, etc.

Does anyone have experience with both and could maybe recommend one over the other?

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