This eBook will take you through the different modules added to our EZRentOut Mobile App, and how the easy-to-use equipment rental software features can help you keep track of all your rental orders and more.
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.
Avery hosts an extensive collection of common printout templates for companies to build the perfect labels for their items. These are completely customizable and easy to make. Design Avery labels in minutes and populate them with your EZRentOut item data.
Do you find a flat price rate for your rental customers restrictive? EZRentOut now offers an effective solution. You can customize pricing for your customers with our latest feature – Customer Level Pricing. This feature enables you to set personalized rates for your customers on an item level.
Damaged items are a common concern for rental businesses. Depending on the value of the item and the extent of damage, it can be a significant cost for businesses. Not to mention the time and resources you put into repairs. EZRentOut already allows you to charge customers for any damages on their entire order. With our new feature – Line Item Damages – you can now charge customers for damages on an item level.
For example, let’s assume there’s an order that contains two assets: Nikon D3500 and a spare rechargeable battery. When the customer returns the order, the camera is slightly damaged. Our new feature enables you to charge damages only on this particular item and not the entire Order.
Let’s say you run car rentals and have a customer who’s renting out a car. A car is a high-ticket asset, so it makes sense if you want the customer to deposit some security against it. The security deposit is important, especially in the rental industry. It serves as an assurance that even if the customer doesn’t return the item, you can at least use the deposit to recoup the lost rental income.
EZRentOut now gives you the ability to settle security deposit payments against rented out Orders. Let’s dive deeper to learn more about settling security deposits.
By default, all invoicing on EZRentOut is done for single orders. However, certain businesses may prefer receiving a singular invoice for all their orders. This simplifies order referencing and is possible with EZRentOut’s consolidated invoices.
Generate consolidated printouts for multiple orders – be it a recurring order or a business or customer order.
The Orders Module in EZRentOut empowers you to stay on top of your jobs and events by greatly simplifying the rental process. It enables you to rent out related items in bulk for multiple projects, thereby saving you time.
We have enhanced our Orders module by introducing Item Recommendations for Orders. This feature uses artificial intelligence to identify items that are normally rented out together. It highlights any missing equipment that you may find useful for specific business activity.
EZRentOut now supports the Topaz signature pad for capturing electronic signatures. This enables you to capture signatures more conveniently, thereby creating a smoother verification process for your users.
When placing orders in EZRentOut, users might want to maintain an overview of expenses against each order. They can do so with the Order Expenses Add On. This Add On allows users to list all the costs incurred in preparing and dispatching the order, i.e. getting it to completion.
For example, before dispatching an order for 30 chairs, you find out that the chairs need repair. So you send them out for maintenance to ready the order for dispatch. You can add these maintenance costs to your expense log to keep an eye on the total amount you’re spending.