Products: Software

Managing business

This month Rental Management looks at software for the equipment rental industry.

Unique Business Systems rental software

CR2 rental software from Unique Business Systems, Santa Monica, Calif., is designed to seamlessly integrate into all aspects of business including equipment acquisition to sales, managing the rental fleet, parts sales, and servicing internal and customer-owned equipment.


Orion Software scalable software

The Sirius Pro scalable software solution from Orion Software, Montreal, is designed to manage the entire range of rental business processes and best practices, according to the company. Sirius Pro also offers remote implementation.


Wynne Systems management reports

The Wynne Systems Reporter from Wynne Systems, Irvine, Calif., is designed for users to create on-the-fly
reports using an online tool that allows reports to be shared, edited and distributed. Reports can be made in multiple output formats such as Excel, PDF or text file. Reporter compiles data in real time and can store previous inquiries for comparisons or archival purposes, the company says. The user also can sort data and move columns without affecting the original template, and reports can be mapped into pie and graph charts.


inspHire rental software

Rental software from inspHire, Nottingham, United Kingdom, includes rental and sales processing, purchase ordering, workshop and preventative maintenance, rental billing, and a comprehensive dashboards and management reporting suite. Its mobile applications are designed to help streamline business by providing remote access to the software.

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Texada Software SaaS

The Software as a Service (SaaS) subscription for the Systematic Rental Management (SRM) system from
Texada Software, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, allows rental businesses to use the SRM system without the need for additional internal resources. The SaaS provides the infrastructure, software, hardware and connectivity that a company needs to use the SRM system.



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Solutions by Computer/DPL America integrated telemetry

Telemetry solutions from DPL America, Menlo Park, Calif., has been integrated with the Enfinity solution from Solutions by Computer (SBC), Springfield, Mass., to provide telemetry and GPS tracking. SBC says the tracking capabilities are available with contract and maintenance functions of Enfinity.


RMI Corp. licensing choices

The “user types” licensing option from RMI Corp., Avon, Conn., allows the company’s Advantage software system to organize users into three types based on job responsibility, including office workers, mobile LT (Lite) workers and full ERP workers. Each user type is then able to access reports and business productivity tools as needed according to responsibility.


Ramco Systems management software

The Enterprise Management Software from Ramco Systems, Lawrenceville, N.J., includes integrated GPS/GIS tracking, increased compliance management and a visual dispatch display. The GPS tracking allows rental companies to track their assets in real time, receive usage data and receive threshold alerts for equipment maintenance.


Genisys Software management dashboard

The six dashboard screens from Genisys Software, Brooklyn Park, Minn., include the management screen, which shows several graphs for at-a-glance analysis. The dashboard can show current serialized rental period length, the number of contracts out, and average transaction by type for the current month-to-date, year-to-date and last-year-to-date periods.


Alert Management Systems updated software

Alert EasyPro Revision 14 from Alert Management Systems, Colorado Springs, Colo., includes improvements throughout the software including the Executive and Operator dashboards. Revision 14 is available free to current users under the company’s support plan. Alert also has integrated an optional cloud-based credit card system using PAYware Connect by Verifone. The company says the new system eliminates local network card storage, processing and transmission, reducing the chance of store-level fraud to near zero.