My employer just "upgraded" my computer, and in place of CorelDraw has installed Biovia Draw. As far as I can tell this is a program designed for creating chemistry graphics.
I use Corel for things like internal map-making, info-posters, etc. I like it better than Illustrator for these kinds of applications that have many "moving parts" and lots of text (but not so much that InDesign makes sense). I also have many, many (now legacy) files in CDR format.
Has anyone heard of Biovia being used for these kinds of projects? If not, what kind of language can I use to explain the difference in programs to IT? (I'm not a graphic designer by trade, but this kind of internal signage is a regular part of my job.)