What's happened this month?
What's happened this month?
It seems like it was just yesterday when we were celebrating the Queen’s Jubilee at the beginning of June - yet here we are and it’s nearly July! No comments on the weather, please, we’re British.
England’s hopes at the Euro 2012 have been dashed (again). When will we ever learn?
I would normally expect to be fairly quiet at this time of year, as the summer is not usually the time to change systems, especially as it coincides with insurance renewals for many rental companies. However, we’ve installed 4 new clients in the last 2 weeks so we must be doing something right!
As you are probably now aware from various marketing campaigns, we are working with Towergate as well as United Rental Systems so you may have had a visit or a call from one of their team. If anybody would like a quote for their insurance, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
On that note, I’d like to say a big warm welcome and thank-you to Total Vehicle Solutions, Drivestyle and OpenStart who joined us last month and are making excellent progress with their GoHire system.
What’s really been apparent this month is the diverse nature of enquiries that I’ve received. This month we’ve demonstrated Prohire to companies who offer lease hire and need to invoice every 12 months; taxi hire companies who need to bill every 2 weeks; garages and workshops that offer a few replacement vehicles; those with small fleets and those with big fleets; complete new start- ups and those who have been in the business for 3 generations.
Maybe I shouldn’t be so surprised; after all, Prohire is well known to be one the most flexible and innovative daily rental systems on the market.
Talking of innovation, watch this space for more news on developments to our online reservation module, Proweb. We will soon be able to offer live availability, online payments and a whole host of new features. It’s been a long time coming but will be worth the wait.
Of particular interest to a lot of clients these days is our “Interim Billing” module which allows easy and automated generation of repeat invoices. If you have long term agreements that need to be invoiced on a regular basis or you just need to create invoices more frequently then you need to use scheduled invoicing.
By defining an invoice schedule with whatever frequency you wish you can sit back at the end of the month and let Prohire generate all your invoices for you – no need to open and close agreements – saving you time and money.
You can even select to consolidate multiple agreements to just one single invoice for those larger clients.
This feature comes as standard with every Prohire system and I would be more than happy to any answer questions or show you how it works.
Next month I’m looking forward to welcoming more GoHire clients, more sunshine and Wimbledon. What hopes Murray?
We’ll also be offering special rates on our user license rate to help you over the busy period when the kids have broken up from school!
Thanks for reading my blog, if you have any questions or would like to book an online demonstration please contact me on 01795 434005 or email email@example.com
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