Alert Management Systems has released its annual upgrade – Alert EasyPro Version 18. The main focus of this year’s release is the new Document Center, which focuses completely on document transmission. Users are able to (via print, fax, or SSL/TLS encrypted e-mail):
• Send statements with or without invoices
• Nightly transmission of End-of-Day open invoices and reservations
• Batch convert and print reservations
• Batch print contractions without conversion
• Send open invoices from customer account
Alert clients can take advantage of centralized credit card processing, with no extra fees and lower processing rates. Client care is handled through US-based Approval Code. In other upgrades, Alert EasyPro’s Operator Dashboard now includes Purchase Orders. Users are able to sort and filter purchase orders, and view tabs for requisitions, pending approval, approved, reorder report, open, closed, canceled, received, and vendors.
Baseplan Field Service Mobility enables technicians to process all aspects of service and repairs, by providing full access to the operating system including service history, parts availability and technical support. Jobs are dispatched directly to the field, allowing for real-time feedback on job acceptance, travel and location tracking, on site hours, as well as the work carried out. With full integration to Baseplan Enterprise, mobile connectivity is optional. Service and job cards can be completed while on site, and once the device restores data connectivity, the information will automatically upload to the system, as well as download any new jobs.
The recently released EquipmentWatch API enables companies to integrate critical asset and market data directly into third party applications. For contractors, direct embed of cost data into internal systems to speed the cost recovery process or allow for more accurate internal charge rates to be created. For lenders/banks/finance companies, direct embed of values data to allow for much faster collateral valuation or residual value creation. For insurance companies, integration of the values and verification APIs allows for insured assets to be verified for model year accuracy, in real time, while getting the most accurate FMV/FLV in the market assessed instantly.
The inspHire dispatch screen is a logistics planning and management tool that helps rental businesses ensure all their equipment is in the right place at the right time. In addition, it is a tool for managing the schedule of drivers and engineers. The recently introduced integration with inspHire Mobile means that both rental desk staff and mobile workforce can stay up to date at all times, using useful features such as push messaging and live updates. The rental desk team can now update drivers’ schedules while they’re out on the road. Another new feature is integration with Google Maps.
InTempo’s mobile app transforms rental data into easily digestible, actionable information. The app, developed by Rental BI, is integrated with InTempo’s Enterprise software solution. The app features dashboards displaying key metrics including equipment status, utilization, revenue, A/R aging, and a daily feed. Users can drill down from dashboards into reports for more information. The app also enables salespeople to check equipment rates and availability; view upcoming reservations, contracts and pickups; and easily access customer information.
The Cloud Rental CRM is a solution for managing opportunities and new transactions. Rental companies can manage the sales team and avoid proposing equipment that would require more investment or sub-rental for unavailable items. The application can be used on any iOS or Android device, in a browser, on a PC, via smart phone or tablet. The Cloud Rental CRM uses the business logic and power of the complete Sirius e platform in a simplified interface. End customers have the ability to order their equipment from a preselected list of items and view invoices or transactions.
Point of Rental Software recently announced a new web-based dashboard for its ERP product, Rental Elite. Elite adapts to the infrastructure of any rental business with a flexible suite of features, tools and user-defined KPIs for business analytics reporting. On the left-hand side of the new web-based dashboard, users have access to the program menu and counter menu, displaying the parts of the software each person needs based on his or her job. The right side of the screen keeps track of what’s happening and what’s next, housing a searchable list of reports and an individualized task list. The central console is where users set up custom dashboards using widgets that access different parts of the database.
FleetLogic pairs a web based dispatch screen with an easy to use mobile app. Service managers can assign work, and can monitor the location and status of work in real time. Completed work orders can be verified and billed in seconds. Service technicians can see their day’s work, and complete work orders with parts, labor, notes and pictures on their mobile phones. Dispatchers can assign deliveries and pickups to their drivers and view statuses as they update in real time. Drivers view a list of all work for the day. They can take pictures, add notes and close tickets on the mobile app. The app also tracks additional pickups added through the day. Customizable inspection sheets can be added to work orders to standardize processes and speed up equipment availability.
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