Quick ACC Licensing Guide

Few topics seem to confuse customers more than licensing requirements for accessing the Autodesk Construction Cloud (formerly BIM 360 Document Management (formerly BIM 360 Teams (formerly Collaboration for Revit))).

To help, let's start by creating a simple table showing a customer what platform and services their current license entitles them to.  We'll expand on this topic in future posts, but for now, let's spell it out here:


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Jeremy Smith

Sr. Technical Support Specialist, AEC<br><br>Jeremy has been delivering service and technical support to customers in the AEC industry for over 25 years. He gained much of his AutoCAD/Revit experience serving as CAD Manager at multiple MEP/FP engineering firms in the Greater Boston Area. He then worked at Autodesk as a Technical Support Specialist, eventually becoming a manager overseeing the Revit and Vault support teams. Jeremy is excited to be in his current role as Sr. Technical Support Specialist at IMAGINiT, as it allows him the opportunity to work directly with customers every day and help them successfully leverage Autodesk’s solutions to achieve their business goals.

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