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Last chance to buy SketchUp Perpetual Licenses!

SketchUp is transitioning to subscription based products, and Trimble has announced a big change to how customers will be able to purchase SketchUp.

As of November 4, 2020, SketchUp Classic Perpetual Licenses and Maintenance & Support renewal plans will no longer be available to purchase.

Why the change?

SketchUp is shifting to a cloud delivery model for a few reasons. With a subscription, customers can always receive regular updates and improvements to SketchUp products, access from multiple devices at any time and enjoy simplified deployment and management as well as access to technical support. 

If you aren’t ready to stop using your Classic Perpetual License, don’t worry. You’ll be able to continue using the latest version you own. In addition, if you’d like to update your Classic Perpetual License, you can do that until November 4th, 2020.

Please be advised: if you purchase an updated Classic Perpetual License or renew your Maintenance & Support license prior to November 4, 2020, you will no longer be able to upgrade and access additional features every year as you have in the past.

FAQs

Can I continue to use my existing perpetual licenses?

Yes, you will be able to use the latest version you own for as long as you want.

Can I continue to use and renew my Maintenance and Support plan for my existing perpetual license?

Yes, you can renew your Maintenance and Support plan until November 4, 2020.

Can I continue to use and renew my Maintenance and Support plan for my existing perpetual license?

The SketchUp you know and love is available via subscription

More questions? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help you understand these changes along with any other product questions you may have. Just remember, November 4, 2020, is the deadline for purchasing SketchUp perpetual licenses and maintenance and support renewals.

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