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inspHire teams up with Erento

Rental software provider, inspHire has agreed a partnership deal with online rental marketplace, Erento. The agreement will allow inspHire customers to easily upload product details and information onto the Erento website and then to process enquiries directly from the web and then process any subsequent orders through their system

Erento was established in Germany in 2003 to provide a marketplace for the rental of anything, from wedding dresses to construction equipment. It has spread to 26 countries. It currently has around 1.5 million products in 2,200 different categories.

It is largely geared towards private individuals and small companies that use the site to search for a local rental source for anything from cars to laptops. The potential customer is put directly to contact with the rental company and the deal then processed through the site, with Erento charging a display fee and taking a percentage of the rental. It allows small rental companies to conduct online transactions without requiring their own e-commerce site.

Clinton Patterson of Erento said: “This is such a win win situation as rental companies can promote their products and prospective customers can search for the best deal that suits them all in the one market place. For rental software providers it is essential they are part of this new offering; to be able to take enquiries online directly from the web and then process the enquiry through their system and allow rental companies to automatically upload products and product information to the Erento website with the click of a button”.

Graham Dobbs of inspHire adds: “We at inspHire see a great future for Erento and very much want to be a part of it, choosing to be the first UK based rental software company to work with Erento was an easy decision and not an opportunity to be missed”.