What’s in a name? Everything. Autodesk has plans to lose your number-literally! By launching new plans that are based on people and retiring plans based on serial numbers.
During this presentation, Rowena Harry, Senior Subscription Specialist of Microsol Resources, will provide an overview and timeline on Autodesk’s recent and upcoming changes and how it impacts customer’s existing Autodesk software. You will also hear from Joseph Freund, our AEC Applications Specialist, who will walk you through the technical workflows that are involved in this transition. We will conclude with a Q&A portion to address questions from the audience.
After attending this presentation, participants will be able to:
- Verify how the Autodesk transition to Named User affects their current and upcoming Autodesk software purchasing decisions.
- Compare the benefits of Autodesk’s default Standard plan to Autodesk’s just released Premium plan.
- Confirm eligibility to switch from a single product to a comprehensive set of tools with an Autodesk industry collection; and
- Explore the resources available to help transition
About the Presenters
Rowena is the Senior Subscription Specialist at Microsol Resources, an Autodesk Platinum Partner. Rowena’s role focuses on Autodesk’s subscription product portfolio related to subscription retention, administrator management and user access. Rowena works closely with Autodesk and Micrsool Resources internal sales and support colleagues to facilitate customer familiarity with Autodesk change-management processes for product access as well as updates within the Autodesk Account interface.
Joseph is an AEC Application Specialist at Microsol Resources, an Autodesk Platinum Partner. He has provided technical support in AutoCAD, Revit, BIM 360, Rhino, V-Ray, and Bluebeam and has over 7 years’ experience working in architecture. He has experience designing single-family homes, healthcare facilities, and affordable housing and is interested in the relationship between technology and the designer; particularly how generative design can be enabled to develop spatial solutions that are intelligently driven by data, while elegantly incorporating aesthetic motifs.
Among his software specialties include AutoCAD, Revit, Dynamo, Rhino, and Grasshopper. Joseph received his Master of Architecture from Iowa State University, and his Bachelor of Science in Electromechanical Engineering from Loras College.