EZRentOut’s New Feature Enables You to Track Equipment Usage and Charge Overage

Usage tracking and over usage charge in EZRentOut

EZRentOut’s new feature enables you to determine whether customers have overused rented equipment and charge them for it. For example, suppose a customer rents out a forklift for a day. That does not mean they will use the machine for an exact 24 hours. Instead, that means they will use the machine for around eight hours or so, depending on what your business defines as “within fair usage”.

However, how do you check what the actual usage of a machine is once the customer returns it?

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Introducing the New and Improved EZRentOut UI

EZR new UI

The EZRentOut team is excited to announce the launch of our new, redesigned interface. Over the past few months, we listened carefully to our customers and conducted extensive testing to deliver an excellent user experience.

The new design is highly intuitive — it’s easier than ever to navigate the system. Also, access essential business information and manage workflows faster with our updated navigation bars. By increasing application efficiency, EZRentOut aims to significantly reduce the time you spend managing rental assets.

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Item Level Taxes in EZRentOut

Item level taxes in EZRentOut

Our new feature allows you more flexibility while applying taxes to your order. Instead of applying taxes to the entire Order, you can now apply individual taxes to each line item within the Order.

There are several benefits to this feature. For example, let’s say you’re renting out an order that includes heavy machinery as well as some consumable items. A special tax has to be applied only to the heavy machinery. In such cases, you can apply a tax to the individual item instead of the entire order.

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Offer Item-Level Discounts in EZRentOut

Item level discounts

EZRentOut has released a new feature that enables you to offer discounts with more flexibility. Instead of giving a flat discount on the entire order, you can now apply individual discounts on each item with Item-Level Discounts.

For example, let’s assume you are running a construction rental company. You have two new excavators and one that has been in use for a while. Your client is looking to rent all three for an upcoming project and you want to charge different rental rates for them. Now you can use Item-Level Discounts to give a discount on the older excavator in the order.

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