WE KNOW THE VALUE OF EQUIPMENT
Our technology helps equipment owners and lenders who service the construction and agriculture industries quickly assign accurate values to their heavy equipment collateral.
For clients with more stringent requirements, we can also generate USPAP-compliant or legal appraisals. Inquire for custom proposal.
ANNUAL HEAVYWORTH SOFTWARE SUBSCRIPTION
Do everything yourself. Use our HeavyWorth software to capture and organize assets via the mobile app and website. Customer has control and uses as needed.
APPS FOR ANDROID AND iOS
We built our apps from the ground up to give you everything you need out there. They even work in offline mode for places where cellular service is sketchy or doesn't exist. Multiple users can add and edit assets simultaneously. From asset creation to completion, the user is walked through the intuitive process of recording the make, model, year, description VIN, serial number and other relevant information. The app prompts for pictures when appropriate and allows the user to take as many pictures as necessary to accurately and quickly capture everything that matters about the asset.
WEBSITE (web app)
ON THE HEAVYWORTH WEBSITE
While asset captures are best created using the mobile app, they're best reviewed and edited on the website.
Our website allows browsing, sorting and editing all the assets in a catalog as well as the creation of new items. Images can be viewed larger and rotated if need be. Pictures can be added by uploading directly or with Dropbox. Additional users can be invited to collaborate on catalogs so you can ensure everything is right, before requesting valuations for some or all of the assets, from our team of experts.
MEET THE HEAVYWORTH TEAM
Founder & Sales
Dusty@HeavyWorth.com | ext. 702
Dusty is from Hooper, Nebraska. He now lives just west of Omaha in Yutan with his wife Julia and their three kids. When he’s not keeping HeavyWorth moving in the best direction, he enjoys traveling, woodworking and repairing anything his children break. He once worked at a donut shop in college in exchange for only donuts.
Lender Business Development
Glenda@HeavyWorth.com | ext. 705
Glenda was born and raised on a farm outside of Norton, Kansas. She now lives in Omaha and has one son who lives in Wisconsin. When she’s not familiarizing lenders with HeavyWorth, she’s spending time with family or enjoying outdoor activities like horseback riding, biking and hiking. She has two sisters, Barb and Sandy - which is her twin sister.
Brian@HeavyWorth.com | ext. 701
Brian is originally from Westboro, Missouri, and now lives in Omaha with his wife Kristin. He worked on previous projects with Dusty, Marabeth and Jim and has rejoined the team to lead the technical side of software and app development. When he’s not writing lines of code and keeping developers on the right track, he enjoys golfing, fishing and traveling.
Aaron@HeavyWorth.com | ext. 706
Aaron grew up farming near Sharon, Kansas. He now lives in Medicine Lodge, Kansas, with his wife Diane and three sons. When he’s not generating content for HeavyWorth, he’s operating his fourth-generation family farm. He’s also a performing songwriter and plays shows and releases records both solo and with the Aaron Traffas Band.
Marketing & Sales Assistant
Marabeth@HeavyWorth.com | ext. 703
An Ohio native her whole life, Marabeth grew up in Kirtland and now hails from Defiance. Her family includes husband Brent, six kids and a cat. When she’s not making sure everyone’s heard of HeavyWorth, she enjoys reading, gaming, cooking and everything else that involves her family. She’s also returned to college after many years away from academia.
Customer Success Coordinator
Jim@HeavyWorth.com | ext. 700
A meteorologist in a past life, Jim is originally from Chicago and now lives in Omaha with his wife Carol. When he’s not making sure everyone who uses HeavyWorth has a good experience, he’s enjoying Thai and Indian food while tweeting about the weather. He’s also a craft beer connoisseur who organizes a bar crawl each year for his birthday (February 19th, y'all).