When construction technologies integrate with other systems that contractors are already using to support a function that the contractor needs, it improves efficiencies for contractors because their systems are in sync. - Photo: Unsplash/Scott Blake

When construction technologies integrate with other systems that contractors are already using to support a function that the contractor needs, it improves efficiencies for contractors because their systems are in sync.

Photo: Unsplash/Scott Blake

Tenna, a construction technology platform for equipment fleet operations, announced May 11 the next phase release of its integration with Procore, a provider of construction management software.

The integration will allow contractors to optimize and share their equipment data across their project operations systems. This phase of the continually developing Tenna integration for Procore allows for the flow of location, utilization (hours/miles), and assignee information from Tenna project sites into the Procore Daily Log tool. This release is a next step up from the earlier phase of the integration which consisted of an embedded experience allowing Procore users to access the Tenna platform through their Procore account.

Contractors integrating Tenna with Procore to centralize their key operational data and workflows benefit from more accurate, streamlined, and reliable digitized data automated between systems, reduced redundancy and manual entry of information, and improved communications across the business.

When construction technologies integrate with other systems that contractors are already using to support a function that the contractor needs, it improves efficiencies for contractors because their systems are in sync. The integration allows them to maximize the benefits of the systems they are using by centralizing and consolidating the information for accuracy, easy analysis, and overall usefulness, versus having to piecemeal the data together from the different systems to see and understand the big picture.

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