Autodesk Offering Free Commercial Access to Its Software

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In the light of the Covid-19 crisis and the shift towards remote-work setups around the world, Autodesk is offering free commercial use of several of its flagship cloud-collaboration products.

The Autodesk Extended Access Program, initially launched in late March, offers free commercial use of products such as Fusion 360, BIM 360 Design, BIM 360 Docs, Fusion Team, AutoCAD Web and Mobile, and Shotgun.

It is available to both new customers, as well as existing customers who need to quickly expand the use of these products to accommodate teams working remotely.


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Explained Autodesk president and CEO Andrew Anagnost in a press release on the company’s website: “We’re not introducing this program to convert customers into paying users. Our goal, instead, is to get a program up and running as quickly as possible to provide customers increased flexibility in what’s become a challenging work environment.”

Customers can take advantage of the Extended Access Program until May 31, 2020. However, stated Anagnost, “we will continue to evaluate a potential expansion of this program as the needs of our customers warrant.”

(Source/Lead Image: Autodesk)


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