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My Take on the New Prohire Version

My Take on the New Prohire Version

 

It might come as no surprise, but personally I love the new version of Prohire. The latest build is the result of several months of work, notably developing (Richard & Andy), testing (Jamie) and final testing and evaluation by David.

Over the last few weeks we’ve upgraded several clients to the new version which boasts the New Allocation Chart (see David's blog here) and the Quick Vehicle Look-up function (see here) as well as a few other features. The New Allocation Chart looks fresher, neater and smarter. For me, the mouse hover feature (over a booking) is an excellent way of making it quicker and easier to identify the information you need without going into the booking.





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You can scroll forward and backwards seeing future bookings or past bookings, which can be handy if you want to place a booking for 5 weeks’ time, making sure that it’s available or to check for a booking that was made against a particular vehicle this time last week.

I love the Quick Vehicle Look-up feature (see here) - as despite the wealth of useful information it provides on your vehicle, you can still name it as you would like it to appear on the New Allocation Chart. It pulls through data (from the DVLA and the manufacturer) that saves you from having to manually enter these vehicle details, things like CO2 emissions, fuel type, drive type and number of doors. Within a few seconds it will pull through information that would have taken you 30 minutes to fill in.

I think it’s a major improvement from previous versions, and any feedback/comments are much appreciated. Next time you have your New Allocation Chart open, please click the feedback button and let us know what you think!