The silver techtagger complements most Apple and Android products. The tags are made of heavy duty anodized aluminum, which is resistant to heat, abrasion, and chemicals.
“We had some reservations about launching a low-tech product that relied entirely on the honor code,” said Blair Brewster, CEO of MyAssetTag.com. “I believe New Yorkers are cut from honest cloth. I’m excited to hear the success stories surrounding TechTagger.”
MyAssetTag.com currently operates BikeGuard, a free national bike registry. BikeGuard’s model and registration process inspired the creation of TechTagger. Both registration systems rely on the use of a small asset tag and an honest person to make retrieval successful. BikeGuard launches a private community system for all residents of Roosevelt Island in May.
“When electronic products’ batteries die, retrieval apps are often rendered useless,” said Katelyn Gray, Nonprofit Manager at MyAssetTag.com. “We’re happy to offer a solution that works even after the lost gadget’s charge runs out.”
For more information, please visit: www.myassettag.com/lost-and-found.
MyAssetTag is a child company of the Brooklyn-based company SmartSign, one of America’s fastest growing e-commerce companies. It creates asset labels and tags for inventory and security, making audits and tracking easy. All tags are made from durable, high-quality materials. For more product information, visit: www.myassettag.com/