After keeping users anxiously awaiting the launch of its subscription-only service, Autodesk has finally
set a date to complete the transition — July 31, 2016. In the future, new customers and customers
who need additional seats of software, will purchase through Autodesk's term rental model, referred to
as Desktop Subscription.Customers can still purchase new perpetual licenses with Maintenance
Subscription in either stand alone or network version.
January 31, 2016 - Last day to purchase new perpetual licenses of "Hero" Products
(AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Revit, etc... and the vanilla AutoCAD Design Suite)
February 1, 2016 - Network versions become available for term rental purchase through
Autodesk's Desktop Subscription program.
July 31, 2016 - Last day to purchase new perpetual licenses of industry Design Suites
(Infrastructure Design Suites, Building Design Suites, etc...)
Please call us with any questions at 925.939.1378
What does this mean and what's next? During this brief webcast, Michelle will explain current
Autodesk purchasingand renewal programs. Bringing her 20 years of experience as an Autodesk
partner and business owner. She will discuss purchasing strategies for various company profiles,
capitalization expenses vs. operating costs, leveraging existing assets and positioning for the future.
There are advantages to both perpetual and desktop licenses. The right choice is one that fits your
personal business model.
Date: Thursday April 15, 2016
Register: Business Discussion
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