Action 2.0: Make Leasing a Breeze

When On The Move decided to improve our ACTION Software, we worked with a third-party company to review current truck rental programs and see how we could make it more functional and more efficient for our licensees. We wanted to improve the existing technology, so our customers aren’t just well-cared for, but to strive to be a leader in the comprehensive rental industry too.

Action 2.0 is the all-in-one software that makes renting a truck for your business easier than ever. Now you can plug-in your information to get a quote, and the software retains customer information, so you won’t need to enter it with each new reservation. And, you can easily track and manage multiple sites for your company.

Action 2.0 makes it easy to print forms specific to your business’s home state, record any damages to your trucks, and create reports on the usage statistics of each truck rental for comprehensive reporting that makes organizing records stress-free.

Our leasing program is affordable and profitable, and a 1-2-3 step process that lets you choose your trucks, insure and license them, and market your business all in one place. We wanted to make sure we have a software that can keep up.

For more information about the services On The Move Offers, please visit our website, or fill out the form to contact us, today!


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