How can you save money using subscription benefits?
Most users of AutoCAD are probably now aware that the company will no longer sell the product under the usual perpetual licensing as before. The organization has introduced an annual rental plan or what it refers to as desktop subscription that will require all the users to rent AutoCAD software in either monthly or annual installments for them to enjoy all the services and updates. However, this has attracted a lot of criticism from various users around the world stating that this is more expensive than paying an upfront fee to own the software license. However, did you know that there are some methods that one can use to save money while using the desktop subscription plan?
Techniques and plans that one can use to save money
One of the methods to use is scaling up or down only when it is required. For example, when you get a big and well-paying job which needs extra seats, you can simply add the necessary seats to your monthly subscription, and after the project ends, you can later adjust or remove the seats and thus save some dollars since there is no long-term obligation or commitment. Also, one can use the 3-month payment model or acquire and enjoy the flexibility of the “pay as you go” to lower the overall cost of operations and thus saving money. When you do your calculations, you will realize that in the long run, the payment plan costs less compared to when using the one-time AutoCAD license.
Key benefits of subscription plan
With the desktop subscription model and its flexibility, AutoCAD users get to choose the plan that suits them best and their budget and thus saving money in the process. Also, in addition to the flexibility of the budget, the new form of payment allows the users to install the software on different computers at the same time and therefore there is no need to buy extra software’s and thus saving cash.
This means that the subscription fee doesn’t have to negatively affect your budget as others complain.
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