JOHANNESBURG — SkyJacks, South Africa’s premier suspended access and aerial work platforms provider, has implemented Point of Rental’s Syrinx software in all their branches as of 1 July.
“When we look at businesses who will benefit most from our software, we’re looking for partners,” said Kelly Hoffman, Point of Rental’s Business Manager for Africa. “SkyJacks will benefit from our expertise and our software, but Point of Rental is going to benefit from their knowledge and suggestions as well.”
“As a business, we can benefit tremendously from Point of Rental’s experience and their commitment to product development,” said SkyJacks Managing Director Alistair Bennett. “Syrinx will help us streamline our rental and equipment maintenance processes.”
Bennett and SkyJacks look forward to using Point of Rental’s intuitive inventory management systems and automating processes throughout their business. Syrinx’s mobile apps are poised to make a big impact on how the company manages their equipment remotely. The eSign feature and customer portal additions are also making it easier and more compelling for their customers to do business with them.
“SkyJacks is an innovative, forward-thinking rental company,” said Point of Rental CEO Wayne Harris. “We look forward to working with them to streamline and automate processes and build better relationships with their customers.”
Find out why SkyJacks is excited about their future with Point of Rental: https://www.point-of-rental.com/za/.
For over 40 years South Africa has been trusting SkyJacks to provide innovative solutions to working at height. The company is committed to providing the civil engineering, mining, power generation, painting and waterproofing, glazing, warehousing, aviation, petro-chemical, building, and industrial maintenance industries with safe and cost-effective working-at-height solutions. The company is part of Waco International, a focused equipment rental and industrial services business with operations in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Mauritius, Swaziland, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.