Trackinno Oy is a startup company from Tampere, Finland. The company has roots in Tampere University of Technology: the development of Trackinno platform started originally as a university course project in 2014.
Trackinno service’s development began in co-operation with pilot customers to fulfil their needs related to asset management. One of these pilot customers is Fastems Oy, an international supplier of manufacturing systems and robot cells. Since then, Trackinno service has continuously evolved, and the company itself was founded in March 2015. By the end of the year 2015, Trackinno Oy already had five (5) reference customers.
Our core values
Less is more. We work with complicated challenges, but we represent them in a simple, understandable way.
Good teamwork is an essential part of meaningful and effective work environment. A good team member is hungry, humble and smart.
We are interested in learning new things, widening our comfort zone and improving ourselves. That is how we provide added value to our customers and interesting challenges to our team members.
Our professionals are happy to answer your questions about asset and maintenance management. Do not hesitate to contact us!
Chairman of the board
Full stack developer
UI development & marketing
Junior web developer
What we do best
Trackinno is built with user experience in the heart. ❤ Trackinno aims to reduce your digital strain with simple service design and low threshold support. This will ensure you have the best user experience with us.
With Trackinno your asset information is in one place easily available anywhere, anytime. We have gathered best practises in asset management from multiple business domains.
Outstanding customer service
We take excellent care of our customers by providing them with personal and warm customer service. All feedback is always welcome, so let us hear from you!
Get in touch, and we’ll tell you more!
Ask us for more information with our contact form or book a demo directly at a time that suits you. We will be happy to help!