Business Intelligence

Intempo Introduces New Mobile App to Manage and Monitor Rental Assets

Intempo, a rental management software company recently launched a unique mobile app that provides various options to users to help them solve their data management problems. The mobile app performs the task of transforming rental data into easily digestible, actionable information. The app has been built to make rental processes easier and flexible. Intempo has been providing its customers with remote visibility into their rental inventory assets and aims to help them unleash maximum value through data accuracy and accessibility.

“Our goal has always been to offer technology solutions that empower rental businesses to make smarter decisions and to cultivate customer loyalty,” said Matt Hopp, general manager of InTempo. “Bringing our data to mobile takes both our software and our value proposition to the next level. We’re excited to give our customers the flexibility to access crucial KPIs and find profit, whether they’re in the yard, at a jobsite or at home.”


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