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May 8, 2015
Autodesk just made it easier to get Inventor technology in-house. This week Autodesk announced that Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Inventor Professional, and Autodesk Inventor LT products are now available as Desktop Subscription.
What does this mean for you?
You can now take advantage of Inventor’s design capabilities with a lower cost entry and still experience the same benefits as a maintenance subscription customer.
The Autodesk Inventor family portfolio delivers the tools to:
- Innovate faster
- Design and validate products digitally
- Improve design collaboration and communication
Not only can you take advantage of Inventor’s design capabilities, but you also have access to the following subscription benefits with Desktop Subscription:
- Function and flexibility – global rights and previous version rights
- Pay-as-you-go – keep software costs manageable and predictable
- Stay current – access to the most recent releases and updates
- Cloud services – faster renderings and visualization capabilities
Whether you’re looking to bring Inventor technology in-house for the first time or your team is expanding, Autodesk Inventor on Desktop Subscription could be the right solution for you.
Questions about Autodesk Inventor or Desktop Subscription? Contact us today to learn more.