Trimble launches Hardware-as-a-Service option

Trimble launches Hardware-as-a-Service option

Trimble has introduced a Hardware-as-a-Service option for its transportation fleet mobility solutions.

This new service consists of four bundles, enabling fleets to purchase Trimble hardware and software solutions and upgrade without upfront capital investment. Each of these bundles is designed to help fleets manage technology expenses while gaining access to Trimble’s offerings, the company says.

“The launch of Trimble’s Hardware-as-a-Service options gives fleets the ability to purchase hardware, software and professional services together for the first time,” said Jon Passman, chief product and marketing officer for Trimble Transportation. “By bundling our subscription and professional services with hardware for a single monthly price, customers can receive the services they value, our assistance in deploying and using them and the predictability of new hardware each term without any upfront capital investment.”

Trimble’s mobility bundles are tiered into four categories: Premier, Professional, Flex and Base. The new bundles deliver core telematics and regulatory components with additional available solutions, including CoPilot Truck in-cab navigation, Driver Retention Analytics, Automated Workflow and messaging in certain bundles.

Each bundle is backed by Trimble’s domain expertise and integrations to Trimble and third-party back-office transportation management system (TMS) platforms, Trimble says.

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