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Friday, May 6, 2011

Autodesk Services & Support - How to upgrade to a 2012 Autodesk Design & Creation Suite - the game changer if an entire industry -#BIM #AIA #Revit.

This is probably one of the most profound, game changing, path altering, industry shifting blog posts you've ever not paid much attention to. I suggest that you never forget this day and the post below.


You are a Subscription Contract Manager and would like an upgrade to one of Autodesk's Design & Creation Suites.


As a Subscription Contract Manager, you can request an upgrade for products with active, one-year Subscription contracts to one of Autodesk's Design & Creation Suites by entering your contact information, your migration preferences, and your agreement with the terms and conditions of the upgrade on our upgrade form.

When your upgrade has been processed, you will receive an email from Autodesk with instructions on when you can download your software.

As usual, in Subscription Center you can download your product immediately, or you can request physical media—a USB drive, in this case—which we will ship to you within ten to fourteen business days.

See our Accessing Subscription Center page for details on how to login to Subscription Center.


Travis Vaughan May 6, 2011 at 11:37 AM  
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Johnny Fortune May 6, 2011 at 4:11 PM  

While it appears to be free to upgrade, my reseller indicates to me there is a couple hundred dollar difference between renewing the subscription for Revit Suite and Design Premium. SUPER glad I asked because I couldn't find any indication on the websites. I shutter to think many people will jump at the change to upgrade and be shocked later with higher subscription fees. Can anyone else confirm/deny subscription renewal changes? This would be a ton of extra fees for larger firms with BIM managers ready to jump at upgrading everything (i.e upgrading 100 seats could be an extra 20k/year)!

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