Thailand company raid

Thailand Company Raided

During 2019 Wilcom has steadily increased it’s investment in anti-piracy programs, particularly in the South East Asian Region.

Recently a company in Thailand was raided and 35 unlicensed Wilcom software systems were seized as evidence by police assisting with the raid. This company was a major supplier of outsourced embroidery digitizing services to countries, including the USA.

This is an example of how software piracy distorts an already competitive embroidery industry through low cost production, based on illegally acquired digitizing software. Licensing audits in Thailand continue to occur on a regular basis and the program has been expanded to other countries in the region.

Unlicensed software is commonly more than 10 years old
Unlicensed software (missing literally hundreds of features and improvements)
Features 19%

Every year pirated software falls further and further behind, and is only able to run on outdated and unsupported operating systems. The sensible commercial choice is to license your business with legal Wilcom software.

Do you use or know about pirated software?

We understand that many may unknowingly buy non-genuine or counterfeit software from unauthorized resellers or online sites offering special deals.

To keep your business safe, it is recommended to uninstall non-genuine software and replace it with genuine Wilcom software. Contact your local authorized Wilcom dealer immediately and they will be very happy to help legitimize your licenses without facing any penalty.

Please email and report 

any reseller who sold you the non-genuine software. This will help ensure other companies are not put at risk.

Remember to always buy your Wilcom software directly from authorized Wilcom resellers, ensuring that you get the quality and peace of mind that you deserve.

Find a local authorized Wilcom distributor

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Wilcom partners with BSA | The Software Alliance

Wilcom has increased their efforts to support legitimate licensed users by partnering with BSA | The Software Alliance.

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