Gain control of your business with equipment rental tracking software you can’t outgrow.
Open Door Rental Software manages all aspects of your business including inventory, fixed assets, financials, purchasing, CRM, service, projects, warehousing, HR, payroll, and manufacturing. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV foundation ensures your rental company won’t be left behind as technology advances or needs change. The software can be rapidly and cost-effectively configured to meet the unique requirements of almost any equipment rental business. The scalability and advanced three tier design ensures your organization will never grow too big for the system.
Instantly check equipment availability by feature and location, match your rental fleet to customer demand, and use rental kitting to increase your average sale. Manage fleet maintenance with our fully integrated CMMS Maintenance Software module. Flexible rental terms and pricing setup provide the ability to set prices by period, date, customer, and customer group or price group. The integrated financial and fixed asset modules take care of all of your financial reporting needs including monthly depreciation and asset disposals. Rental assets can be set up in both rental inventory or rental fleets depending on which works for your organization.
Much has been said about the high cost of implementing mid-market software systems, but the real story is more complex than just the dollars. Mid-market projects can be expensive, but it is usually from a limited number of reasons. First and foremost is an almost uncontrollable urge to have the new system mimic the old way of doing things, whether automated or manual.
Next week from Feb 22-25, over a thousand equipment rental organizations from across North America will be gathering in New Orleans, LA at the annual ARA Rental Show. We are proud to be among the exhibitors and are looking forward to seeing many of you at our booth (#6434). The sheer number of people can often make attendees feel overwhelmed at the trade show and it can be difficult to know which questions to ask when investigating new rental management software.