Kubota tried out the software before making their decision. How did the evaluation take place?
“Articque organized a trial which lasted several months, using Kubota datasets to allow the client to assess how well the possibilities of the software matched their needs. We wanted them to experience the fact that our solution allowed to carry out all the analyses they needed from a cartography software.
During this testing period, we created C&D test licenses for one our two users per country and provided online assistance to the users, who had access to our technical support service and to the help of internal Articque consultants.
The test lasted a few months, at the end of which we deployed about 20 C&D licenses in France, in Spain, in Portugal, in the United Kingdom and in Germany.”
Can you tell us more about how the training sessions with Kubota were organized?
“Training took place abroad during several sessions. The first one took place in Germany with our partner, DataGIS, and the next two took place in the United Kingdom. We had three training groups for Kubota UK and Kubota Spain.”