ASAP Rent Now Working with Rent-A-Wreck, Practicar

Users can access ASAP Rent through an Internet connection from their computer, iPad or mobile device. Photo courtesy of ASAP Rent.
Users can access ASAP Rent through an Internet connection from their computer, iPad or mobile device. Photo courtesy of ASAP Rent.

ASAP Rent, a software provider for the rental car industry, has been endorsed by Rent-A-Wreck Car & Truck Rentals and PractiCar Car & Truck Rentals.

ASAP Rent will be providing its Rez cloud-based car rental management software to Rent-A-Wreck and Practicar locations in Canada.

“We feel ASAP Rent software services are a vital asset in helping our franchisees grow their business,” said Joseph Donaldson, manager, revenue & NMA for Practicar Systems Inc. “With its simple yet sophisticated interface, ASAP Rent provides a number of benefits that help pave the way for success in the rental car market. ASAP Rez is quick and simple to navigate, making it easy for customers to make online reservations helping to drive business for our franchisees.”

Rent-A-Wreck and Practicar are involved in car rental, car sales and leasing of used vehicles at 45 locations across Canada.

ASAP Rent is in the process of launching its new cloud-based software version in HTML 5, including a complete mobile suite of responsive applications, according to the company.

To speed up its development and release cycle, ASAP Rent signed a long-term agreement with a software development partner. This partnership gives ASAP Rent access to a team of more than 55 certified software developers, according to the company.

For more information, visit www.asaprent.ca.

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