While face-to-face interactions are still limited, the online space served as an alternative to continue business as usual for almost all industries. The rental business is not exempted from this sudden need for new technology and software. Experts say that more than 90% of Americans have access to the internet. And with the fear of the prevailing virus, people ought to remain in one place as much as possible. Businesses who give their clients a more convenient way to do business get the sale. Therefore, it is safe to conclude that upgrading both hardware and software can increase their revenue as well as productivity.
Rental software and apps created a faster and easier way to communicate with potential clients. No more long lines, or hold music just to get a quote for certain equipment. The rental manager can easily provide the quote anytime, anywhere. There are also apps that allow electronic signatures to be attached on contracts and other documents. How great is that! Transactions can be completed all in one app.
Discover more about how technology is bringing rental solutions closer to its market and helps largely in the industry’s growth, in a recent article featured in For Construction Pros.