Welcome to Tensing.com
For over 25 years, clients across the globe have turned to Tensing for GIS and mobile workforce management solutions for enterprise mobility. We understand the competing priorities facing organizations that depend on mobile work crews, including improving infrastructure asset maintenance, streamlining operations to manage rising costs, responding to increasing regulation, efficiently handling large service territories, and answering customer demand for better service.
Tensing offers powerful, comprehensive solutions to support business-critical field operations at utilities, field service organizations, and transportation and logistics firms. We specialize in delivering the Best Total Solution for every client by leveraging the flexible configurability of our standard, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) applications to answer each organization's unique requirements.
Whether delivered on Tensing's standalone applications or based on the powerful Tensing Integrated Work Management Suite (IWMS), we offer the most reliable, innovative solutions for enterprise mobility on the market today, built on the strongest platform architecture. Key advantages of Tensing solutions include:
- Off-the-shelf configuration rather than customization to deliver client-specific functionality that can easily be carried over to a new release.
- Ease of integration, implementation and maintenance using open standards.
- A map-based user interface that overlays essential GIS and work data directly on a map, enabling field workers to visualize each project for greater productivity.
- Ability to support all types of field work, planned or unplanned.
Tensing clients, including Duke Energy, Washington Gas, Cox Communications and Sydney Water, are enjoying best-in-class performance while driving greater field efficiencies and safety, reducing overall operating costs, and delivering higher customer satisfaction.
Doug Engerman new Managing Director Tensing USA
In his role as Managing Director, Doug Engerman uses his extensive experience in the utilities industry in contrinbuting to the realization of Tensing's ambitions. Read more...
Achieving Goals Together
Sixty years ago, in 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary was the first person to tame the high altitude of Mount Everest. Tensing's namesake, the Nepalese sherpa Tensing Norgay, accompanied him to the top. Read more...
Panasonic Toughbook and Tensing sign partner agreement
Recently, Panasonic Toughbook and Tensing signed a partner agreement focusing on the supply of mobile hardware such as the Toughbook notebooks and Toughpad tablets for professional use. Read more...