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Strengthen your rental operations

Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Rental Management enables customers to manage the rental of capital equipment, inventory items, and selling of associated products and services. Manage the entire rental process from creating the contract to receiving and servicing the returned equipment. View what equipment is currently rented out, down being serviced, and what is on reserved for future rentals.

Key Features

Key Features

  • Use the Rental Workbench to view real-time availability information, such as, availability of equipment, number of items on hand, future reservations, returned items, and the status of the return- is it out for service and repairs
  • Tailor contract defaults by division and customer
  • Sell additional products and services (deliver, pick up, servicing) using the same rental contract enables your employees to provide better customer service by streamlining the process
  • Automatically create all the related orders for a rental contract, including: Sales Order, Purchase Order and Service Order
  • Use the UX One Rental Operations Manager role to quickly see alerts for contracts and related orders requiring attention, analyze data regarding profitability, item usage, and volume of business, and easily access Rental Management programs
  • Use the Rental Item Availability chart to view real-time information about items that are rented, committed to reservation, and available for rent
  • For companies that rent out their capital equipment, this product provides the ability to view equipment availability, create rental contracts, track equipment location and status, and bill customers for ongoing rent of capital equipment. It manages the movement of assets in and out of inventory as they are rented out, and returned and serviced at the end of the rental contract.