The 21st century is commonly known as the ‘constantly on’ era where we’re frequently overloaded with a flow of information and that feeling of there not being enough hours in the day. Sound familiar? Then why not knock one thing off your to-do list by switching from an Autodesk maintenance plan to a subscription? Check out the main benefits when you switch to a subscription…
One of the main benefits of switching from a maintenance plan to subscription is the fixed cost, and if you have an AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT you can upgrade to a collection at very little extra. What’s more, if you switch before May 2018, you’re able to save 5%.
With subscription, there’s no need to make separate payments for additional software that you then have to install, taking valuable time out of your day. Autodesk subscription offers the latest features, enhancements and support, allowing you to make the most of add-ons such as specialised toolsets, all in one place.
In addition. Optimise productivity with all the latest releases and enhancements to improve your workflow. Say goodbye to sitting around, staring at that 99% complete message!
Know exactly what you’re paying for by evaluating and analysing product usage, spending, productivity and future needs with simple reporting tools and alerts. Here at Cadspec, we understand that your business needs are constantly changing and that it’s not always practical to be tied down with a long contract. A subscription enables you to better manage users and costs by providing access to the right products and updates when your users need them.
The way we see it, a subscription allows your business to keep moving forwards and to grow with the ever-changing demands of the 21st century.
For more information on the benefits of switching from a maintenance plan to subscription, download the PDF below. If you would prefer to speak to a member of our team, simply give us a call on 01905 458 000.
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