ASAP Rent Named to Top 100 Solution Providers List

Photo courtesy of ASAP Rent.
Photo courtesy of ASAP Rent.

ASAP Rent, a software solutions provider for the rental car industry, has been named on Canada’s annual Top 100 Solution Provider List. The company was recognized as a winner at the Top 100 Awards gala on April 15.

Designed for car rental companies, dealership organizations and auto-leasing companies, ASAP Rent is a Web-based solution developed to support all stages of car rental operations, from front counter control to back office management.

“I am very proud to receive this prestigious recognition as a winner at the Top 100 Awards Gala on behalf of our development team who has worked hard to create great cloud computing software,” said Mike Wilson, head of international sales at ASAP Rent. “Being selected as Top 100 solution providers encourages us to strive to continue to bring tangible benefits through technology.”

The Top 100 Solution Providers showcases the solutions provider industry across Canada. Each year, Canada’s leading channel professionals gather to celebrate the accomplishments of solution provider companies.

“The competitive nature of the car rental industry makes it challenging for organizations in this domain to attract and retain customers,” said Wilson. “Technology therefore plays a crucial role in enabling them to maintain their competitive edge through superior customer service, optimized fleet cost, improved operational efficiency and rapid growth in newer geographies and segments.”

Operating since 2000, users can access ASAP Rent through an Internet connection from their computer, iPad or mobile device.

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