Autodesk Legacy Trade-In Promotion

31 May 2019All, autodesk

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Business is good, and the economy is strong. You may be wishing you’d converted a few more Autodesk software licenses when you had the chance. Maybe you need to hire more people but need to go easy on the expense of adding software seats. On top of that is the announcement that Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 in January. If you’re trying to grow your business sensibly to keep pace with the changes and new opportunities out there, you are not alone.

The experts at Applied Software know the dilemmas you face day to day, and we have good news. Recognizing the strong economy, Autodesk is making available for a limited time a trade-in promotion to convert those expired legacy seats of software to new term-based subscriptions. Here’s what to do:

  1. Find those old serial numbers for Release 2014 through 2019 perpetual licenses with expired maintenance that haven’t previously been traded in.
  2. Call your Applied Software account manager to find out what subscriptions your trade-ins will qualify for.
  3. Save 20% on new 1-year or 3-year subscriptions.

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

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