They are focusing on integrating 2D and 3D in one piece of software. Which is great if you have to deal with both of it. The steel sheet part is good integrated as well. They are strong in the profile handling, which we are not yet using properly.
It is not one of the big players where you can expect flawlessnes in the first place.
Also there is no FEM integrated yet for example.
If you need a middleclass good established powerfull 2D/3D CAD with PDM etc. at a affordable price, ISD and HiCAD is a good choice.
We are a manufacturer of architecture parts. So we have to deal with architectual plans and still need to develop parts for manufacturing (casting, milling parts).