Thank you.

 
 

We are setting up your trial, below is a list of important information regarding your free 14-day trial.


 
 
 
 

Just sign-up using the “Get a Trial” or “Sign Up” button and you and your team have 14 days to try BluePoint at no charge. You are not required to enter a credit card or any payment information whatsoever. This is a free, no obligation 14-day trial.

How does the trial work?


The trial includes the full functionality of BluePoint. Integration with 3rd party data sources like monitoring systems is not included in the trial. The trial includes dummy data to get an idea how you could use BluePoint. If you prefer a completely “empty” version of BluePoint, just let us know - we are happy to accommodate.

What features does the trial include?


What support will I have during the trial?

Our technical support team is always ready to help you with your trial. BluePoint has a built-in support library to help you with any questions you may have about the platform. You will receive emails with tips and tricks to use BluePoint. If you do not want to receive these emails, you can always unsubscribe at anytime.

If you need any other help or support, one of our consultants will be happy to work with you and your team to ensure the most effective trial experience possible.

Once you become a customer we have a whole array of support to ensure you and your team are getting up and running in the fastest and most efficient way possible. This includes on-boarding support, training, and customer success – we are there every step of the way with you and pride ourselves on creating the most positive roll-out and adoption process. You will quickly discover that the BluePoint experience is not just the product, it is the people too!


When the trial ends, you and your team have probably collected a number of questions regarding BluePoint. This is why we suggest to set up a special web based “Q&A session” to go deeper into the platform and the functionality, so that any outstanding questions or issues can be addressed.

What is a “Trial Q&A'“ session?