EDISON, N.J. (September 27, – BuildSourced announced it is has changed its name to Tenna in order to reflect the company’s expanded capabilities and new product line as well as its vision for the future. The company also unveiled its new company logo tagline and website.
Tenna’s physical asset management platform intelligently reveals and maximizes the hidden value of a company’s equipment and resources. It is uniquely one platform of proprietary hardware that now includesRFID, as well as software for comprehensively tracking all of a company’s assets, from small tools to heavy vehicles.
“We are building on the rapid growth of our first years at BuildSourced, with innovative capabilities providing a single, comprehensive physical asset management solution for industrial asset management,” said Austin Conti, founder and CEO, Tenna. “Our expanded product portfolio can now completely solve our customers’ end-to-end asset management needs. We are excited to reveal our new name, look, tagline and website that will carry the company into the future.”
Tenna’s comprehensive product line includes new products available immediately, as well as new products available for preorder now for delivery in the first quarter 2018.
Available immediately, Tenna’s RFID trackers enable automatic, real time inventory for dedicated, site-wide tracking. Tenna’s RFID tags transmit radio signals that uniquely identify tools and equipment, allowing for instant inventories to be taken by employees or automated ‘gateways’. Tenna records assets as they travel into or out of yards or sites, enabling the cost-effective identification and control of each vehicle, tow-behind equipment or tool on a project or job site, in a warehouse or in the yard.
Tenna connects operations with a complete, end-to-end portfolio of asset management solutions, which eliminate inefficiencies that can cost time and money on every project. Available for preorders now and shipping in first quarter 2018:
- Bluetooth – Asset trackers that discretely and automatically transmit their location by connecting to nearby smartphones or cellular trackers.
- GPS - Transmitters connect to a global satellite navigation system to provide asset location and movement.
- Cellular trackers – GPS asset tracking devices connect to cellular networks to automatically track equipment and provide fleet monitoring anywhere they are located.
- LoRa trackers – Automatic GPS asset trackers that use a private network set up exclusively to track the movement of assets within a large area instead of using cellular carrier networks.
For more information, visit Tenna.