Friday , August 1 2014

Autodesk Subscription Advantage Packs: Stay up to Date with the Latest Software, without the Cost of an Upgrade

We’re all used to regular software patches and security updates, but oftentimes if you want to benefit from the latest and greatest product features, you usually have to fork out for the latest and greatest software release.

Not so with Autodesk, if you are a customer on Autodesk Subscription. Autodesk offers early access to new Autodesk software features through its Autodesk Subscription Advantage Packs (ASAP) program. With ASAP, users can download and install the latest product features and enhancements on the 2010 and newer software versions.

Subscription Advantage Packs vary and can include additional product features such as:

  • Integrated web services that allow greater collaboration across teams, as well as access to global climate information so that designers can perform energy analysis in support of sustainable designs.
  • New design content – this applies to select products and includes tools and libraries that enrich renderings.
  • And more!

Autodesk Subscription Advantage packs are available on select Autodesk products including AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, AutoCAD Civil 3D, AutoCAD Map 3D, AutoCAD Revit Architecture, and many more.

A video offering an overview of the new features and functionality provided by the Subscription Advantage Pack for AutoCAD 2011 is available at the DLT Solutions YouTube page. You can also view an abridged version here – http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/pc/item?siteID=123112&id=15500470

To learn more about Autodesk Subscription Advantage Packs, join Autodesk and DLT Solutions Tuesday, November 2 at 2:00pm ET, for a Webinar to discover the additional product features Subscription Advantage Packs can bring to your agency. To register, visit http://www.dlt.com/AdvPacks.

Caron is the founding editor of [acronym]. With more than 15 years experience in the publishing and marketing industries, Caron specializes in the public sector and related digital design disciplines. Caron has led the editorial team since [acronym] was launched in 2006 and is the point of contact for contributed articles and guest bloggers. Contact Caron at editor@acronymonline.org.

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