Noregon launches JPRO Professional 2017 v1

Noregon launches JPRO Professional 2017 v1

Noregon has launched JPRO Professional 2017 V1, the latest version of its diagnostic tool for acquiring vehicle information and diagnostics.

“This is the most feature-rich version of JPRO we have ever released,” said Noregon Chief Technology Officer Dave Covington. “We listened to customer feedback and focused on needs within the industry to continue to evolve the software. JPRO users valued our bi-directional tests like DPF regens, so we responded by adding more capabilities that technicians really need to do their jobs, such as ACM resets and cylinder cut outs.”

“As a former technician I recognize that techs want to fix trucks as accurately and efficiently as possible. We work hard to ensure that JPRO includes all the features needed to assist technicians in their day-to-day activities,” said JPRO Product Manager Jason Hedman. “Given the complexity of trucks today, we understand the benefit of diagnosing all issues within a single platform; regardless of the make and model of the vehicle. Techs don’t want to waste their time switching between various modules or using multiple pieces of software, so we alleviate the need for serialized diagnostics.”

Noregon offers JPRO Professional in multiple packages, including complete kits with a ruggedized laptop and all necessary cables and adapters, or customers can purchase JPRO Professional software a la carte. Customers will receive free upgrades and support throughout the life of their subscription, Noregon said.


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