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Webinar – How Labor and Equipment tracking data increase productivity and profitability

November 17, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Length:  60 minutes

Presenters: Lee Evans, CEO of MyComply, Russ Young, Head of Growth, Tenna, (MAYBE RYAN MITCHELL, Reliable Electric, head of technology, waiting confirmation)

Moderator: Matt Abeles, ABC National VP Construction Technology and Innovation

Leaders from construction’s top data technology firms, will join head of innovation from Reliable Electric  to talk about how data helps companies win work, increase profitability, and what it takes to implement those technologies. We will discuss challenges facing contractor businesses and talk about how they used data to help their overall insights in real time, and ensure they maximized all opportunities and profit potential. Joined by the tech leaders from MyComply and Tenna, who’s technology have been used by contractors worldwide, to understand labor and equipment data. Understand, and enhance not just data gathering, but using it to your advantage.

Russ Young, Vice President of Growth, Tenna

Russ Young oversees the growth strategy for Tenna by working with sales partners and customers to ensure success. He brings more than two decades of experience from Google, Amazon, Oracle and FMI in best practices for technology strategy, selection and adoption. Young provides thought leadership to the construction industry, emphasizing the importance of technology and picking the right tool for the job.

Lee Evans, CEO, MyComply

As CEO of myComply, my role is to build a team of all stars, provide a clear vision for our company and execute a strategy every day that moves our needle forward. myComply is a labor and compliance tracking solution for the construction industry. Employers can store and track training certifications for workers and easily submit them to permit holders on projects. Each project log reports who is on a job site in real-time, what training they have, and the hours they have worked each day.



November 17, 2020
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm