3D Here We Come – Legacy AutoCAD Trade-in

12 June 2019All, AutoCAD, autodesk

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Are there Autodesk software tools that you’ve been tempted to upgrade to, if only you could save some money doing it? From now until October 25, 2019, you can. Trade in your expired legacy seats of AutoCAD® or AutoCAD LT® and save up to 20%. You’ll get a more robust software subscription with the latest 3D design tools, plus an updated licensing model that fits the way today’s firms do business.

Not only will you benefit from continuous updates with the subscription model, you’ll get ahead of the curve ball when Microsoft stops supporting Windows 7 in January, 2020. And here’s a bonus: your new software subscription license will attach to the individual using it, not the machine – access it from any machine, anywhere. Now, that’s an upgrade we’ve all been waiting for.

The industry-trained experts at Applied Software know the challenges you face in your business, and we have your trade-in promotion road map for leveraging the investment in legacy seats of software. Follow these three easy steps:

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  1. Find those old serial numbers for Release 2014 through 2019 perpetual AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT licenses with expired maintenance not previously traded in.
  2. Request a quick discovery call from an Applied account advisor to find out what subscriptions your trade-ins qualify for.
  3. Save up to 20% on new 1-year or 3-year subscriptions.

Receive the value and flexibility of the latest subscriptions for less investment, including Civil 3D®, Revit®, AutoCAD including specialized toolsets, Inventor®, industry collections and more.

Don’t wish you had when you can be glad you did.

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