Product and Vendor News: Bluebird Rolls Out New Features

The new features range from the introduction of RW-texting, pre-paid gas options, employee privilege options, a new screen to assist in selling add-ons and more.

Bluebird Auto Rental Systems issued its latest release, B11, which includes the following features:

  • Ability to enter support calls into the online Call Center directly from RentWorks.
  • A new screen for “Incremental Sales” now exists to assist in selling add-ons.
  • A “Credit Limit” field has been added to the Local Company Table.
  • If a Reservation Link sends a Pre-Paid Deposit Amount, the no-show processing can use this as the no-show fee.
  • An Employee Privilege has been added to override the license expiration date.
  • With Handhelds and smartphones: A contract will be closed after entering the odometer and fuel level if there is a deposit record with a valid authorization number, which can be used as the payment.
  • The Renter/Customer list has a new selection criteria: “Renting location of last rental.” Also, the Renting Location and Check-Out Date of that last rental have been added to the Excel output.
  • Pre-Paid Gas can now be added to reservations.
  • The introduction of RW-Texting.

New releases are automatically applied to Bluebird’s NetRent/SaaS users. Those users who are on-premise (have their own server), should contact Bluebird to schedule the upgrade.

For more information on Bluebird Auto Rental Systems, call (800) 304-5805 or visit www.barsnet.com.


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