Autodesk changing Subscription model
In that email Autodesk announced its plans to move to a subscription only model in the coming months. You can still stay on Maintenance Subscription if you would like but, as Autodesk announced, the prices for Maintenance Subscription will be increasing. In the email Autodesk also announced some new promotions starting in June 2017.
These are some big changes and I'm sure that there are some questions that you will have. As always, Adraft is here to answer any questions about this change and any other assistance that you need. If you would like more information about these changes, please feel free to call our office at 866-769-6163 or email your Account Manager.
Need Fusion 360 Help?
Go to www.fusion360.autodesk.com/events or any help and assistance needed for the Fusion 360 product.
Autodesk Industry Collections As of August 1.
To hear more about this change go to our recorded webinar: Autodesk Industry Collections, Recorded Webinar. For more information on Autodesk Industry Collections go to http://www.adraft.com/industry-collections/
Adraft No longer selling 3D Printers
As of 3/31/2016, Adraft is no longer selling 3DSystems Printers. If you are interested in purchasing a used but well-maintained demo printer, please contact us and ask about the used printers for sale.
A message concerning online renewals through Autodesk
Many of you will receive a courtesy email from Autodesk reminding you that your subscription renewal is upcoming. Within the email is the option to renew online. Please note the message below the button that informs you that renewing online "may not include benefits provided directly by your reseller". This means when you renew through Autodesk eStore you NO LONGER receive technical support from Adraft as part of your subscription contract. If you need or would like to purchase technical support contracts, check out our technical support contracts on our website or for more information or contact us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-389-1900
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IMPORTANT: Autodesk Maintenance Subscription renewals are changing: Why it’s important to renew on time!
Beginning February 1, 2016, all subscriptions, including Maintenance MUST be renewed “ON TIME". Customers will no longer be able to “late renew” their subscription. Customers that do not renew on time, will lose their subscription benefits, and will need to purchase a new contract (Desktop Subscription). The best path for you is to simply renew ON TIME.
This change does not impact your perpetual license to access and use your Autodesk software. However, make sure to renew on time to continue receiving the following Maintnance Subscription benefits:
• New releases of your software Product enhancements
• Previous versions of your software
• Home Use Rights
• Technical Support
• Cloud credits purchased on that contract
• Entitled cloud services
• 25GB of cloud storage
Maintenance Subscription is now aligned with Desktop Subscription and Cloud Service Subscription policies, making it easier for you to manage your subscription contracts.
Take advantage of the ability to renew as early as 90 days prior to expiration so that you don’t accidentally allow your Maintenance Subscription to lapse.*All information in this article is subject to change
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