All Item Groups created in EZRentOut can be seen on a tree view, giving you a hierarchical view of subgroups. A group can have many subgroups inside it. With subgroups (aka nested subgroups or hierarchical subgroups), you can have unlimited levels of nested subgroups, which among other things can help you to:
Since every group can have its own visibility level, you are able to utilize groups and subgroups for different purposes under the same umbrella.
For large teams, subgroups make it potentially easier to separate permissions or access. Useful when Multistore listings are enabled in Company Settings.
Make it easier to manage people and control visibility. Give people different permissions depending on their group association.
You can automate periodic backups of your data using EZRentOut’s Dropbox Integration. This allows you to easily back up your data to a Dropbox account of your choice. You can also export default and custom reports to Dropbox in order to share data among your employees more conveniently.
EZRentOut allows you to effectively manage your Point of Sale. It streamlines your Order Booking and Payment workflow by enabling you to add items to your orders via Barcode and QR code scanning of item labels, and allowing credit card swipe to charge payments on these orders. You can also scan invoices of already drafted orders to pull up details of items in that specific order. Here’s a host of other actions you can take in the EZRentOut Mobile App via Barcode and QR scanning. Continue reading →
The team behind EZRentOut has been busy this month. We added non-US date format, introduced flexible billing duration for Webstore Orders, revamped our Order workflow, in addition to many other features. Here’s the breakdown:
Payment Pending has been changed to Returned State and Booked Payment Pending state in Web Orders has been changed to Booked Advance Due. These changes will make for a more intuitive Order Workflow. Continue reading →
The equipment rental industry has consistently expanded over the last couple of years and 2019 is going to be no different. However, with changing trends and rapid growth, several new rental industry challenges have come the way of rental businesses.
In order to keep up with the times, equipment rental owners need to understand what awaits them this year. Carefully watching changing trends and competitor strategies are going to help you stay afloat this year so be ready to pull up your socks!Continue reading →
What’s it like to sit on the sidelines and watch a building burn to ashes? Equipment rental companies probably know. While world economies fluctuate and new reforms crush various industries, the equipment rental industry continues to enjoy steady growth.
So what does 2019 have in store for rental business owners? Rental revenue is expected to grow by 5.5% this year after which it may experience a minor fall. That makes 2019 a great year to make the most of the increase in rental engagement patterns.Continue reading →
Thrill seekers love renting out adventure gear! Since most adventure sports require pricey specialized gear, it normally costs a lot of money to purchase gear for a recreational activity that most people only get to indulge in for a handful of times a year. Rentals, on the other hand, are simple, cheap and come with no strings attached.
While the adventure sports arena is vast, there are certain popular activities that keep bringing business the way of adventure rental companies. Extensively catering to these activities is a clever way of ensuring that your business thrives all around the year.Continue reading →
Most rentals inventories have a large number of products in order to cater to surging or unpredictable demand. These sizable product lines can make business optimization a difficult task.
Maybe you’re trying to decide which rentals need maintenance. Looking through your logs, you realize no one properly filed the rentals returned from servicing last week against their proper IDs. With more products under your belt, managing items becomes much more complicated. You introduce vulnerabilities into your system and end up with inefficient processes.
There really is no excuse for putting up with lost items, wasted time, and unreliable reporting. This is why any and all rental companies should be looking into better inventory management processes. So, how can this be fixed?Continue reading →