Autodesk has transitioned fully to a subscription business, and our subscribers expect value, flexibility and easy access to our software
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSK) announced the immediate availability of three Industry Collections, offering a convenient and flexible new way to subscribe to a wide selection of the most essential Autodesk software by industry.
“Autodesk has transitioned fully to a subscription business, and our subscribers expect value, flexibility and easy access to our software,” said Andrew Anagnost, senior vice president, Autodesk. “Industry collections offer the freedom to access the products you want, when you want them.”
Subscriptions to the following three new industry collections are now available:
Industry collections provide continuous access to the latest software releases and enhancements and flexible term lengths, as well as access to more cloud services, technical support and administrative tools. To complement collections and address more specialized needs, customers can subscribe to individual products or cloud services, such as simulation or data management tools. With the introduction of industry collections, Autodesk will no longer sell Design & Creation suites; however, customers on subscription and maintenance plans for suites will continue to receive updates.
“The listing is FANTASTIC! It covers what we’ve been doing piecemeal, but this is the whole package.” – Engineering technician at a consumer goods manufacturer
“The AEC collection is beneficial for future opportunities to do design-build. Then we have the license on hand.” – BIM manager at a commercial construction firm
Autodesk industry collections are available globally via a subscription. Customers can choose from monthly, quarterly, or annual lengths when they purchase a subscription via their local reseller or direct from Autodesk. Additionally, customers can choose to subscribe to collections with single-user access (individual) or multi-user access (shared). To learn more, visit http://www.autodesk.com/collections.
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