Noregon expands JPRO into off-highway sector

Noregon adds off-highway information to JPRO

Noregon has expanded JPRO into the off-highway equipment market. The company teased this news in its most recent JPRO update for the on-highway market last week. 

“This is an exciting opportunity to build on what we have accomplished in the on-highway segment and extend it to the off-highway equipment market,” says Noregon’s President and Chief Operating Officer Pam Marion. “Many of our customers service both on and off-highway assets and were disappointed by the lack of user-friendly diagnostic tools available for off-highway equipment. We saw this opportunity and are proud to begin offering JPRO to the off-highway marketplace.” 

Noregon says its approach to this market segment began with adding coverage for construction and ground support equipment into JPRO, with agriculture coming later in the year and material handling to follow. JPRO currently supports manufacturers such as Caterpillar, John Deere, and Komatsu, and coverage will be added throughout the year separate from the application’s three major annual updates.

The company says off-highway coverage is available for JPRO subscribers at no additional cost, starting with the recent release of JPRO Professional 2023 v1.

“By simply updating their software, organizations can now repair off-highway equipment with the same tool they’ve trusted for on-highway vehicles for years. New and existing customers alike will reap the benefits of purchasing and training on a single application for their diagnostic needs,” says Marion.

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