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Microsoft Dynamics NAV for the Equipment Rental Industry

Equipment rental organizations looking for one integrated system to handle their financial, service, and rental management needs should consider a system built on Microsoft Dynamics NAV because it is easy to configure and user friendly. Why is Microsoft Dynamics NAV a perfect fit for rental organizations? Secure Investment in Microsoft Technology An investment in Microsoft technology […]

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Why Integrate Financial and Rental Systems

Three things wrong with separate financial and rental systems. There are many organizations that start with a financial system and eventually add a separate system to handle the unique aspects of the rental industry.  Although this would appear to be simpler and less costly than changing out the financial system for a new integrated system […]

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Answers from a Rental Software Expert: Rental Industry Growth, Pains, and Solutions

After our time at Las Vegas for The Rental Show, I was interviewed to show what I took away from this year’s event. In a nutshell, I took away a LOT more than sleep deprivation… What was different at this year’s Rental Show? I think the biggest thing is that the economy seems to be […]

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Be Ahead of the Game with Rental Management Software

Did you know the rental industry is expected to increase 71% by 2016 (Source: American Rental Association)? With this rapid growth comes rapid change and the only way to be prepared is to have flexible and integrated software that will provide real-time, accurate information at a moment’s notice. Let’s take a look at two examples […]

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The Equipment Rental Industry Will Outperform the U.S. Economy in 2013

Based on the latest American Rental Association (ARA) forecast from the ARA Rental Market Monitor, equipment rental industry revenue is expected to grow 7.6 percent next year to $33.5 billion.  According to the forecast, the growth rate is more than four times the expected growth in the 2013 gross domestic product in the United States.  […]

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