BlueBird, Accessible Vans to Partner

Bluebird Auto Rental Systems recently announced an endorsement by Accessible Vans of America to launch NetRent across their dealership network in the United States.

Dealers will login to Bluebird’s NetRent servers in New Jersey via the Internet to access RentWorks software to manage all their rental transactions.

The first location to come online was in Mamaroneck, N.Y., a week after the rental manager attended a training class at Bluebird’s headquarters in Dover.

“We are pleased to have Accessible Vans as our customer and look forward to a long and prosperous relationship together” says Angela Margolit, president of Bluebird Auto Rental Systems. “We pride ourselves on the ability to address and take care of the needs of any size fleet, no matter how simple or complex they may be.”

RentWorks is a windows-based business management system for vehicle rental companies, running on Progress Software’s Enterprise database.

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