As they surveyed the landscape for software, RAM Equipment needed a hire software with robust reporting, fleet tracking, and a Xero integration…
“Loss of money from errors and missing stock [in our previous software] led to real scepticism on my part about what computer systems…”
Setting up the business from scratch meant that choosing the right software was crucial, and for Horizon this did not mean sticking with…
Need to contact a lot of people at once? MailChimp is easy and, depending on how many people you’re sending to, free. You’ll learn to export your email lists from your Point of Rental software, set up an email, and send it off to your customers. We’ll even run through a few metrics you’ll want to look at to improve your emails over time.
Whether you love it or hate it, GDPR is here to stay. Did you know that we’ve included a number of features within your Syrinx software to make keeping on top of the rules easier? We’ll give you a run down of where you can find these and how best to take advantage of them.
Getting to grips with configuration in your Syrinx software. If this has been something you’ve always struggled with then let us dispel the mystery. Whether it’s creating new users, user roles or setting role privileges and more, we’ll show you how.
When your customers visit your website, what do they see? They already want to rent – make sure they get the info they need so they can get their order in to YOUR business quickly (regardless of device).
Equipment maintenance, whether at the depot or on customer sites, is typically a lengthy process. We’ll show you how the Workshop App completely revolutionises this by making it much more efficient and accurate. Whether it’s handling a service, inspection, breakdown, off-hire inspection and customer repairs, all information is stored electronically and regularly syncs with Syrinx.
This App integrates with Syrinx software to allow your machine operators to view their schedule, enter hours, and for your managers to see who’s available and when. We’ll show you the basics.
You have some free time and you’d like to create content that will connect you to your community (and hopefully bring in some business). What can you do? What should you consider? We’ll tackle the 5 Ws of content creation. Then, next week, we’ll show you HOW to capitalize on your own content ideas.