Construction Technology and the Coming Tide in Equipment Management
Up to this point, contractors have struggled with seeing real gains and value using construction tech and with clear, data-backed reasons. Equipment management tech, however, is a new type of construction technology that brings value to construction businesses in three major ways.
Up to this point, contractors have struggled with seeing real gains and value using construction tech and with clear, data-backed reasons. Equipment management tech, however, is a new type of construction technology that brings value to construction businesses in three major ways. First, it benefits teams across all levels of a construction company, from the field to the shop to the office. Second, it provides key data that fits well with other systems contractors are already using. And third, it significantly impacts finances and the bottom line. Learn more about how to leverage construction technology to mature your equipment management processes and drive meaningful improvements in your business.
About the Instructors
As Vice President of Growth for Tenna, Russ oversees the growth strategy for the organization by working with sales, partners and customers to ensure success. Russ brings two and a half decades of experience from Google, Amazon, Oracle and FMI in best practices for technology strategy, selection and adoption. He applies his knowledge from these organizations to build awareness and provide thought leadership to the construction industry. He emphasizes the importance of technology and picking the right tool for the job. Russ is a graduate of DePauw, in Indiana, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Philosophy
Elizabeth Torrez is a Regional Account Executive with nearly 17 years of experience in the construction industry, primarily focused in the California market. Elizabeth joined Tenna one year ago after spending 11 years working for construction companies specializing in wet utilities, and four years with United Rentals Trench Safety. She brings extensive first-hand experience to Tenna, where she is able to assist contractors by providing solutions for asset and fleet management. Elizabeth also serves on the Board of Directors for AGC of CA – Los Angeles District, the Board of Directors for the ECA, and is a member of both NAWIC Los Angeles, and The Beavers Association.