Enterprise, ADP Dealer Services Reach Technology Agreement

ST. LOUIS –-- Enterprise Rent-A-Car and ADP Dealer Services have partnered to create an integrated application, trying to make a more convenient and cost-effective process for automobile dealerships to rent cars as service loaners.

Enterprise will join its proprietary Automated Rental Management System with ADP’s w.e.b.Suite2006 Dealer Management System to facilitate two-way electronic communications.

This integration will create a seamless process to streamline invoicing and manage costs by sending electronic authorizations directly from the dealership to Enterprise. In addition, the ARMS application will integrate all of the renter’s information, along with the number of days authorized, in an effort to speed up the rental transaction.

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