Rent Centric Launches Mobile-Responsive Website

Photo courtesy of Rent Centric.
Photo courtesy of Rent Centric.

Rent Centric, a provider of car rental management software and telematics hardware, has launched a new website platform featuring mobile responsive design.

Alex Aryafar, Rent Centric’s chief technology officer, announced the launch at the International Car Rental Show.

The new website will allow clients full-functionality on platforms of all sizes from iPhone to iMac, easier navigation, and quicker access to all information, according to the company.

For more information, please watch the release video and visit the website.

Comments

  1. John Westbrook [ May 19, 2016 @ 11:27PM ]

    That is very informative post,it’s very important to every small business marketing agency for website will look and function properly on an iPhone or tablet is crucial.

  2. Surya Prakash Tiwari [ July 16, 2016 @ 02:29AM ]

    Main idea of taxi rental software is to help you market your business well and get the best out of your available inventory.

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