As we head into Summer, we have one more opportunity to save on Autodesk software. Between now and July 20, 2018, you can save 15% on 1- or 3-year subscriptions to the latest Autodesk Industry Collections and most individual products when you trade-in your non-current perpetual licenses.
Not only can you save up to 15%, but a subscription to the latest Industry Collections gives you access to cutting-edge technology, is fully compatible with Windows 10, and provides anytime, anywhere access to your software. If you missed our blog Three Reasons to Trade-In Legacy Autodesk Licenses for a New Subscription, you can check it out here. It explains the benefits in detail.
If you have yet to make the switch, now is the time to do it. We’ve been told by Autodesk that this will be the last price-based incentive, which means, this may be your last opportunity to use the residual value in your legacy licenses to save money on Autodesk software! Transitioning to a subscription model plan will save your organization money over time, and give you access to Autodesk’s ongoing stream of innovation, updates to core products, and cloud services. So why not go ahead and make the move? If you’re not sure if the switch is right for you, or if you have non-current licenses that qualify for this promotion, contact us. We will be happy to discuss your trade-in options. Or, you can click here to complete a short form and we will contact you.
Kelli is the Marketing Manager at CADD Microsystems. She graduated from Marshall University with a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design and a Master’s degree in Journalism. She has several years of experience as a marketing and public relations manager, and is a member of the CADD Microsystems team in Richmond, Va.
Hurry – Time to Save 15% Is Limited!
You can save up to 15%* on 1- or 3-year subscriptions to the latest Autodesk industry collections and most individual products when you trade-in your non-current perpetual licenses. Contact us today to discuss your trade-in options. *Offer valid through July 20, 2018 and applies to Single or multi-user perpetual licenses from 1998 through 2018 (not on an active maintenance plan).