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How to improve your venue and event rental workflow quick and easy

The venue and/or event rental business revolves around the effective and efficient management. Not only equipment or spaces but also tools, materials, services, and people. Concepts like CRM, contract management, inventory and availability, planning, execution, billing, and ledger integration need to be perfectly streamlined. As a result you can be successful in the volatile venue […]

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Top Ten ERP Posts for 2017

Last year came and went in a blur of activity, and here at the ERP Software Blog, our members have been busier than ever providing advice and opinions to educate consumers about Microsoft ERP products. Here are the top ten ERP posts that attracted the most attention in 2017. Why not take a second look. […]

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How to profit even more from your online presence

Our online presence is becoming more and more incorporated into the way we do business. Rental companies too are increasingly seeing the benefits of conducting business online. And of course, every company has a website nowadays and is used to emailing clients. But the internet brings even more benefits. There are fascinating trends emerging in […]

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How to perfect your warehouse management with DynaRent

Are you unable to find your rental equipment in your warehouse, or are you unsure how to organize your deliveries and returns? The pressure is high and the demand of customers even higher. Furthermore it can be difficult to keep up with quickly changing requirements. DynaRent provides the setup and functionalities to make those problems […]

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DynaRent’s maintenance spare parts management

When your revenue is stored specific areas like warehousing and spare parts management can be a potential risk. Especially when you don't have full control of your warehouse and its purchasing process. Spare parts management is an especially complex area. Especially when you consider corrective, preventive, and predictive maintenance for your equipment. How do you […]

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Service agreements and service-level agreements in DynaRent

Lets take a look at service agreements. DynaRent automates the service management cycle beginning with the initial request through scheduling, monitoring, and invoicing. At the same time, it offers planners complete, real-time overviews. They gain the ability to overview equipment. Furthermore, they have the tools to tailor and service orders at the drop of a […]

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How to monitor your open tasks easily in DynaRent

In today’s article we will showcase the possibilities in DynaRent for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations to monitor your open tasks and overdue tasks. You can easily generate work orders and the associated tasks. But also with many different processes within your company: transportation, service, picking, damage, etc. You assigne these jobs to resources […]

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Because 10 Commandments Sounded Presumptuous I thought it was my humble duty to assist the Microsoft Dynamics management team with their to-do list for the next year. Just trying to be useful. As an aside, except for some minor product-specific issues, the following list could be used by any ERP publisher, in any market segment […]

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Asset value-added work orders in DynaRent

When it comes to equipment maintenance, specific modifications or service jobs may add value to the equipment. This means that you need to modify the financial value of the equipment accordingly. As a result, the costs automatically add to the balance sheet of the equipment. Let's take a look at creating work orders. In today’s […]

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An overview of DynaRent’s graphical equipment rental on-hand in practice

How does a graphical equipment overview improve your workflow? Every company within the equipment industry works with two categories of equipment: serialized equipment and non-serialized equipment. It’s as simple as that. However, the complexity becomes clear when you determine how your company would like to monitor the availability of these types of equipment. There are […]

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