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The end of the calendar year is right around the corner. If you’ve been on the fence about switching to the latest technology and running a more efficient and quality-conscious business, we are giving you a little nudge and making it easier.

Now through the end of 2021, when you start a paid BlueRithm account with annual billing, you’ll get 2 months free.

Isn’t BlueRithm pricing already really good?

Well, yes. We don’t use project-based pricing because it’s cumbersome, inconvenient, and in the long run it costs you a lot more.

You’ll be able to have unlimited projects and unlimited guest users on your account.

We do what’s best for our customers, and that includes a simple, straight forward pricing model that we publish right on our website.

Here’s an example of how it works…

7 commissioning agents or project managers (these are people we call core users).
30 clients.
75 active projects and 500 closed projects.
1,000 construction managers, owners/clients, subcontractors, technicians, etc. that need to:

  • view dashboards,
  • fill out forms and checklists,
  • respond to issues,
  • add pictures and notes
  • etc. 

The firm in this example would use the Medium Teams tier. 
The total cost would be $3,392 for the entire first year with this incentive, and $4,070 per year after that.

We make this as easy as possible

t’s a great time of year to roll out a new tool in your firm, and we can make it especially easy for you because we can take all of your existing custom forms, workflows, checklists, or exports from your current system and set EVERYTHING up for you in templates on your account. 

If you haven’t already, start an account now at, then let us know you want to take advantage of this limited-time incentive. 

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