Beginning 1 February 2016, all subscriptions must be renewed on time!
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|We understand that you may have some questions about Autodesk’s new licensing policy, and Cadgroup Australia would like to clarify these licensing changes.
- Renew on time – no more late payments
- End of perpetual licenses for individual & suite products
|Renew on time – no more late payments
Why it’s more important than ever to renew on time! Beginning 1 February 2016, all subscriptions, including Maintenance Subscription, MUST be renewed “ON TIME. Autodesk will no longer allow you to “late renew” your subscription. If you do not renew on time, you will lose your subscription benefits, and will need to purchase a new contract (Desktop Subscription, or a Design & Creation Suite with Maintenance Subscription). This new policy aligns Maintenance Subscription with Desktop Subscription and Cloud Service Subscription policies, making it easier for you to manage your subscription contracts. The best path for you is to ensure you simply renew ON TIME.
End of perpetual licenses for individual & suite products
The option to purchase new perpetual licenses of Autodesk products will end as of:
31 July 2016 – Most Autodesk Design & Creation Suites and additional individual products
Your choices for your Autodesk software licenses:
1) Buy perpetual licenses while they are still available until 31 July 2016
2) Access desktop subscription options
Note: You can continue to renew your existing licenses that are on current maintenance subscription providing you renew on time.
For any further enquiries, call your Account Manager on 1300 765 654.
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