Equipment-driven companies that focus on rental, leasing, and services are finding that with the right business model and IT platform, they can establish a profitable niche executing service and maintenance for equipment they don’t own or rent out.
Some companies are even making third-party equipment service their primary niche. Flexibility is the key, especially for the service management software you choose.
DynaRent automates the service management cycle from initial request through scheduling, monitoring, and invoicing. At the same time, it gives planners real-time, complete overviews of equipment and the ability to tailor and service orders at the drop of a hat.
Industry and business templates let you set up a blue print for service management that can handles all shapes and sizes of third party owners and customers. With DynaRent, you have unlimited ability to:
Establish service agreements and service subscriptions: Along with service parameters, you can use service agreements and subscriptions to define the resources used for a typical service visit. You can also define how those resources are invoiced to the customer. In addition, a service agreement can specify standard response times, and serve as a dynamic record for recording actual times. Any updates and service delivered during the lifecycle of an agreement automatically refreshes both the agreement and your entire business system. You can configure agreements so that when updates are made, notifications are sent automatically to third-party equipment owners and rental customers.
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Handle service orders and service inquiries: Working from a graphical cockpit in DynaRent, service reps and planners can receive, process, and dispatch service requests. Users can quickly create work orders with rules that control what actions are enabled during every stage of a service job. This automation eliminates a huge amount of ad hoc data entry and tracking and ensures service techs execute tasks correctly. In addition, planners and service have graphical overviews of work orders that let them monitor progress in a way that’s relevant for their role.
When a work order is completed, service techs can sign off as confirmation, which triggers posting the order to the back office for invoicing.
Simplify complex or high-volume service orders with graphical tools: DynaRent’s graphical planning board gives service planners centralized access to all information they need about equipment, service needs, and resources, wherever they’re working. Regardless how many third parties, customers, and types of equipment you cover, users can quickly filter information so that it’s well-organized and precise. For example, planners can easily filter on service requests that need to be scheduled. All resources and their schedules are integrated in real time within the graphical dashboard. Using a simple drag-and-drop, planners can assign service requests to a resource or group of resources.
Extend your service management into the field with mobile capabilities: Service management work orders are generated automatically, with flexibility to modify elements and timing as needed. As soon as a work order is generated, it’s sent automatically to the appropriate service tech’s mobile device.
So you can work with a world of third-party equipment service management in all shapes, sizes and volumes of equipment with DynaRent.