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Autodesk now offers 'broadest portfolio access ever' in Malaysia

AvantiKumar | Aug. 4, 2016
If you are in building and construction, product design, manufacturing, or media and entertainment, there’s one easy choice that provides access to all of the desktop products, said Autodesk's Chris Lee.

Chris Lee, Country Manager, Autodesk Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei 

Photo - Chris Lee, Autodesk Country Manager for Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei.

 

Autodesk's three new Industry Collections are now available to industry sectors in Malaysia, said the design applications company.

Chris Lee, Autodesk's newly appointed country manager for Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei, said that these industry collections "vastly simplify 20+ different design and creation suite configurations into three simple collections."

"Autodesk has transitioned fully to a subscription business, and our subscribers expect value, flexibility and easy access to our software," said Lee.

"If you are in building and construction, product design, manufacturing, or media and entertainment, there's one easy choice that provides access to all of the desktop products you are used to accessing plus more cloud services," he said. "This is the broadest portfolio access we have ever offered."
 
Subscriptions to the following three new industry collections are now available:

  • Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC) Collection - A building information modelling (BIM) package for building, civil infrastructure, and construction. The primary products include Revit, AutoCAD and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Product Design Collection - One package of design and engineering tools for product and factory design. The primary products include Inventor Professional, AutoCAD and Navisworks Manage as well as the latest in cloud-based design tools-Fusion 360.
  • Media & Entertainment (M&E) Collection - A complete 3D animation toolset for visual effects artists and game developers. The primary products include Maya and 3ds Max.

 

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