AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2015 Has Been Released

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AUTODESK AUTOCAD 2015 IS HERE

AutoCAD 2015 has been released!! Other 2015 products will be available within the coming weeks. Autodesk Subscription Contract Managers will receive email notifications from the Autodesk Subscription Team regarding 2015 availability. If you would like media for your new product upgrade, you can make a request through your Autodesk Subscription Center or have Total CAD request on your behalf by calling (281)445-6161.

Autodesk Subscription is no longer the name of the software maintenance program offered by Autodesk; it is now the umbrella brand for all of the Subscription offerings provided by Autodesk, including the following options:

The smart choice for the best value. Previously referred to as the Autodesk Subscription Program.

The flexible choice for ultimate freedom. Previously referred to as rental plans.

The powerful choice for cloud workflows. Subscription to various cloud services.

Customer Benefit:

Maintain perpetual software license
Latest software release
Autodesk 360 Cloud benefits
Flexible Licensing Rights
Technical Support

Customer Benefit:

Pay-as-you access
Stay up to date
Scalable Licensing
Autodesk 360 Cloud benefits

Customer Benefit:

Simplified collaboration
Streamlined workflows
Virtual infinite computing power
Access work, from anytime anywhere

With more purchasing options than ever before, you can choose the plan that best fits your current project needs and budget. Autodesk Subscription puts software, services, and support at your command to accelerate your entire workflow, now and into the future.

Call our office (281) 445-6161 for more information on the new Subscription offerings or on the 2015 products.

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2 Responses to “AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2015 Has Been Released”

  1. Properties Autocad Says:

    ello, I am a user autocad 2012, actually, I want to upgrade to AutoCAD version 2015 but is still considering how many advantages .. will you give me advice ..
    thank you

    • Todd Rogers Says:

      If you are going to upgrade, you might as well go ahead and upgrade to the latest version, 2016. Or, you might want to wait on the 2017 release that happens in a couple of months. The newer versions run much smoother on new operating systems like Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

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