November 15, 2017
Record360 and Procede Software on Wednesday announced a new partnership in which Record360 functionality has been integrated into the Excede Lease-Rental web application, providing dealers with automated, real-time visibility into asset condition and service needs across their customer base and multiple dealer locations.
Asset condition management has traditionally been accomplished using slow and outdated paper-based processes. With Record360, Procede sasy Excede DMS Lease-Rental users will not only save time but will also see reduced damage claims and related expenses, leading to increased customer service satisfaction.
“Record360 and Procede Software are fully aligned in their joint mission to help streamline dealer operations by eliminating antiquated paper-based processes,” says Procede CEO Larry Kettler. “Our partnership with Record360 simplifies asset and inventory management and tracking for our customers with a centralized and seamlessly integrated solution.”
Excede DMS improves dealer operations and productivity across departments including accounting, lease-rental, parts, and service through its real-time data capture and reporting capabilities. Record360 offers app-based condition reporting software that allows dealers to automate the asset management component within their rental and leasing departments by digitizing vehicle condition reviews.
With access to the Record360 app, the companies say dealers using Excede DMS Lease-Rental will be able to:
“The integration with Excede DMS continues to fulfill our commitment to current and prospective customers, including numerous PacLease, IdeaLease, and NationaLease dealers, by providing a one-stop solution for their technology needs,” says Record360 CEO and Founder Shane Skinner.
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