Any registered user will stumble across the term “tenant” in some of our user interfaces, as well as the API.
The tenant is a special object in Netilion. Understanding it is important if you work with Netilion data as a power user or as a developer. In a nutshell, all digital twins, called assets in Netilion, are linked to master data. And all master data (containing manufacturers, their products, product pictures, diagnostic information of products, etc) is linked to tenants. There are private and public tenants. Public tenants are maintained by the Netilion Team and Netilion partner companies. Private tenants are used to flexibly create master data if there is no public master data available. The master data in your private tenants is yours, and can be shared between users for their mutual benefit, and to have a central growing base of master data collected from your field assets.
Watch this video where Alex explains the concept with an example: