A B2B software review site, CompareCamp, presented Rentall with a Rising Star Award, recognizing its growing user base and popularity.
Among other criteria, software reviewers from CompareCamp rated the volume of positive reviews and social mentions of Rentall as a sign of user satisfaction. A published study determined that the system has all the brand qualities that users look for in rental software. It also highlights how operators can manage fares based on distance, promotions, and seasons, among other options.
In their assessment of Rentall’s main features, reviewers acknowledged the platform’s versatility and breadth. The system’s key features were also praised for its fleet management tools, online booking plug-in and data analytics.
Citing as an example of the software’s ability to allow operators to manage various modes of transportation, its fleet management tools allow operators to oversee car sharing, monitor vehicle damage using images and videos and allow keyless entry.
The review noted that the rental software allows companies to easily track employee schedules, control rates, and adopt a GPS locator to view fleet locations. The system also offers a license and ID scanner to validate customer information, and telematics integration to access real-time vehicle data.
Software reviewers pointed to the system’s online booking plug-in, which allows operators to reserve vehicles, secure payments or refund deposits online. With its credit card setup, operators can also easily facilitate payments within the platform, enabling secure and pre-authorized payment processing. The plugin was also noted for its compatibility with any website.
Rentall was praised for its mobile app, which allows operators to manage contracts and deliver push notifications to customers.
The review recognized the ability of the software’s data analysis tool to examine the performance of a company’s fleet. Client satisfaction surveys and feedback data are part of these reports. The information generated by the tool also helps eliminate potential errors with manual documentation.