Trimble Construction One launches

By Andy Brown15 September 2021

Trimble has announced the launch of Trimble Construction One, which will replace the company’s ViewpointOne platform, and will connect project finances with field and operational data.

According to the company, Trimble Construction One will enable contractors to leverage a purpose-built connected construction management platform that reveals the right information at the right time.

“The growing needs of our customers has always been our focus, and they’ve told us that connecting project finances with field and operational data is at the top of their wish list,” said Matt Harris, vice president and general manager, Trimble Viewpoint.

“With Trimble Construction One, we offer expanded connections across the construction project lifecycle enabling better data for decision making. All existing ViewpointOne customers are now automatically on Trimble Construction One and have the opportunity to access additional benefits and flexibility.”

The company says that connected construction management software allows contractors to connect how they “Plan, do and manage” their construction projects and associated data for greater returns.

With data connected under Trimble Construction One, contractors gain real-time data and reporting, allowing them to make reliable strategic decisions such as whether or not to take on a new project in a challenging time, when hiring should occur, or what the project margins are likely to be. Utilising both current and historical data, contractors can get a real-time view of all their projects, evaluate cost projections on projects to create better bids and discover problems or issues in time to address them.

As part of the Trimble Construction One launch, Viewpoint and its subsidiary brands will now operate as Trimble.

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