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August 5, 2022
New, unified product offering for all your PDM & PLM needs.
On August 7, 2022, Autodesk will begin offering Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain, a unified product offering for all your cloud PDM & PLM needs. With the unification of Fusion 360 Manage and Upchain, the purchase of standalone licenses of these products will no longer be available – instead, customers are able to purchase a single, comprehensive, full cloud-based PDM & PLM solution.
Manufacturing today demands a product design solution that combines both PDM & PLM; Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain gives businesses improved collaboration, product development, and supply chain agility while reducing non-value-added processes and product errors to get products to market faster.
Read on for some FAQs and more information about how this change might affect your current subscriptions.
What transition options do I have if I am a current Fusion 360 Manage or Upchain subscriber?
Customers with an active subscription of Fusion 360 Manage or Upchain will switch to a unified offering during their natural subscription renewal occurring after August 7, 2022. For more information, Contact Us to speak with your renewal specialist.
What happens after I purchase the new unified subscription?
The unified offering gives you access to the appropriate level of both products. If you are an Account Admin, the entitlements will require reassignment in Accounts to specific named users. Click HERE to learn more.
What if I am currently using the Fusion 360 Manage Extension?
There is no change or impact to the Fusion 360 Manage extension – this remains as is.
If you’re unsure whether this change affects you, or you’re interested in learning more about adding Fusion 360 Manage with Upchain to your workflow, fill out the form below to speak to a data management specialist.