Autodesk Adds Flex Licensing for Pay-As-You-Go

24 September 2021All, Architecture and Engineering, autodesk, Autodesk Software, Construction, Press Releaseflex license




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September 24, 2021 – Atlanta, GA: Applied Software, a leading systems integrator for the architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing industries, has announced it will assist customers who want to take advantage of the new Autodesk Flex licensing model that launches on September 24, 2021.

Under Flex licensing, companies with occasional users buy “tokens” in lots of 500 in order to access three dozen Autodesk products. They submit the required number of tokens to access the software for 24 hours at a time. For example, Revit under a flex scenario requires ten tokens per 24 hours of use. The price of tokens is currently $3.00, with discounts as low as $2.70 for quantities of 25,000. Tokens are valid for one year from purchase date.

Autodesk reports that the top products available for flex use will include AutoCAD, Revit, Inventor, 3ds Max, Maya, and Autodesk Fusion. There are also 18 products included with flex use that will be free of charge, for example Civil 3D Grading Optimization and Revit Generative Design.

“We understand that Autodesk products are unique to each of the industries we serve,” said Richard Burroughs IV, Applied Software Vice President of Customer Engagement. “Flex licensing gives companies more options for purchasing and making those products accessible to users.”

About Applied Software

Applied Software, a full-service premier systems integrator for AEC, MEP, fabrication and manufacturing companies, is on a mission to transform industries by empowering clients and championing innovation with real-world expert consultants. With a broad range of world-class solutions, services and training, Applied has been helping clients achieve a competitive advantage since 1982. For more information visit



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