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Tensator Launches Offering with Amazon Business

Amazon Business

Digital Platform Provides B2B Clients with Tensator Queue Management Solutions via the Amazon Business Experience 

BAY SHORE, NY – December 19, 2016Tensator Group, the world leader in queue management and customer journey solutions, today announced that its queue management solutions including the world renowned Tensabarrier®, are now available online via Amazon Business, Amazon.com’s B2B marketplace. Tensator’s queue management, safety and crowd control solutions, provide Amazon Business customers with the most advanced queue management solutions available today.

“As the gold standard in eCommerce B2B offerings, Amazon Business provides us with the digital platform to extend our traditional sales channels and reach thousands of new customers, expanding our client base,” said David Cohen, US Head of Business Development, Tensator Group. “The flexibility of Amazon Business, combined with its longstanding reputation for leading customer service and rapid delivery coupled with our high-quality queue management offerings offers greater choice to Amazon Business customers.”

Procurement and buyer customers are now able to order a broad range of Tensator solutions from barriers, signage and post and rope stanchions with the immediacy, flexibility and assurance of the end to end Amazon Business Experience.

To learn more about Tensator and Amazon Business, please watch the Amazon Business Tensator video.

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