- Technology company, BeWhere (TSXV:BEW), and its partner Tenna have unveiled an enhanced asset tracking device for the construction industry
- The companies teamed up in October 2019, when they received an initial order for 10,000 units
- The TennaMINI Plug In provides reliable equipment tracking and management for construction workers in harsh external environments
- BeWhere and Tenna have continued to experience demand for their products in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic
- BeWhere is up 5 per cent, and is currently trading for 10 cents per share
Technology company, BeWhere (TSXV:BEW), and its partner Tenna have unveiled an enhanced asset tracking device for the construction industry.
The two companies announced their partnership in October 2019, when they received an initial order for 10,000 units.
The product, the TennaMINI Plug In, is the latest addition to Tenna’s range of hardware solutions. The device will integrate into Tenna’s One Platform, so customers can plug the tracker right into the engine’s power source.
The TennaMINI Plug In is small, flexible, durable and easy to install. It has a long-lasting battery life, and provides construction workers with reliable equipment tracking and management. BeWhere and Tenna created the product to withstand the harsh external environments where construction takes place.
Tenna’s CEO, Austin Conti, expressed the company’s excitement about the new product release.
“Our collective companies believe this device will be disruptive to the telematics market.
“By listening to customers, continuing to provide what the construction customers are asking for, and strengthening our partnership with BeWhere, we will ensure contractors are getting the most innovative, rugged trackers on the market,” he said.
BeWhere’s CEO, Owen Moore, also commented on the partnership with Tenna.
“Working with Tenna to develop this new version of our Mobile-IoT trackers ensures that the product will match exactly the needs of the construction market.
“We are very proud to build long-lasting relationships with partners like Tenna, which not only benefit us to distribute our solutions, but also to make them better and meet the needs of their customers,” he said.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, both BeWhere and Tenna are still experiencing demand for their products. In fact, the crisis has created greater need for businesses to track their inventory and equipment remotely.
Many construction companies have had to shut down non-essential building projects and focus on healthcare-related projects instead. As such, BeWhere and Tenna’s new device will be essential for all the equipment caught up in this rapid transition.
BeWhere is up 5 per cent and is currently trading for 10 cents per share, as of 12:12pm EDT.