The word or small phrase needs to fit into both of these sentences:
I've created a new job to install our product into this _______.
This ______ is owned by Joe Bloggs.
I'm creating an IT system for a company that installs products into customer's vehicles, boats, ride-on lawnmowers, garage doors and potentially houses. I need a term that incorporates all of these "things".
I'm leaning towards "Asset", however it's a bit confusing because it's not this company's asset, but the customer or client's asset.
I could call it "ClientAsset" but I want to keep it focused on the company's point of view where it's the thing that receives the work. So something that means the object that receives/takes/holds on to/contains/has work done, would be great!
Unfortunately I can't use the terms "Object" or "Item" on their own due to other constraints in the system.
This is a very important term in the system, as all the company's jobs detail work to be done on one of these objects.. if worst comes to worst I can use "JobObject"/"InstallationObject" or something similar to that.
Many thanks for any suggestions you can provide!