Trimble Civil Construction Field software now available via subscription service worldwide
November 17, 2021 By Trimble
Trimble has announced that its Trimble Earthworks Grade Control Platform software and Trimble Siteworks software are now available globally as a subscription service. Contractors now have the ability to implement and scale Trimble’s machine control and construction surveying solutions more easily and with no large up-front costs.
Trimble Earthworks Subscription Service and Trimble Siteworks Subscription Service provide the software solutions at a contracted, fixed monthly price with flexible 12-, 36- and 60-month terms, giving customers the ability to modernize large fleets and to survey equipment inventories without a large capital investment. Trimble’s subscription services are a cost-effective, predictable way for users new to technology to get started, and are also ideal for contractors looking to switch technology providers.
Plans include Trimble WorksManager Software, the cloud-based application that allows users to wirelessly transfer data from the office to the field, ensuring that field teams are always working with the latest 3D constructible models. Hardware and software upgrades are also included for the full term, and accidental damage protection for hardware is part of the contract in some regions. Local technical support, training and customer service packages from SITECH construction technology dealers can be included in the subscription service.
“Providing customers around the world access to Trimble field software as a subscription service means contractors no longer have to spend time or resources tracking technology assets, training or troubleshooting users on multiple software versions, or worrying about technology upgrades,” said Scott Crozier, general manager of Civil Construction at Trimble. “The rate of change for technology continues to increase. With a subscription service, contractors can rest assured that they will always have the latest and greatest from Trimble.”
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