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Our Top Five Most-Read Posts of 2018

By December 6, 2018March 22nd, 2019Blog, Construction Software, Rental Software2 min read

As 2018 winds to a close, why not reflect on the year’s highlights? Continuing our annual tradition, we’ve spotlighted the most-read blog posts of 2018 in the list below.

Read on and look forward to what we have in store for 2019!

7 Effective Ways to Manage Plant and Tools on Construction Sites

Ultimately, our goal here at Wynne is to make management, deployment, and allocation of your rental equipment easier and more effective.

In our most-read blog post of the year, we outlined seven actionable ways to improve your operations.

Steps for Shortlisting Rental Software Providers

A single Google search can return hundreds, if not thousands, of rental software providers for you to consider. That abundance of options can make determining the solution that’s right for you overwhelming.

To rectify this, we published a step-by-step guide to shortlisting rental software providers that really resonated with our readers.

Which is Better for Tool Tracking — RFID or Barcodes?

Simple and reliable, RFID tags and barcodes play a pivotal role in tracking the tools you depend on. But which solution best suits your business?

We tackled that question by comparing the two technologies head-to-head in this blog post from March of this year.

Why Do Traditional CRMs Fail with Rental Companies?

Many rental businesses go to great lengths to implement traditional CRMs only for their salespeople to outright reject them. As Helen Sowerby explains, “It’s not the CRM system’s fault. It’s just that rental is a unique business model.”

To learn more, read our blog post on why traditional CRMs aren’t necessarily suited for tracking customer relationships in a rental business.

How Airlines Add 15% to Their Revenue Stream (And How You Can Too)

Regardless of what industry you work in, a lot can be learned by observing the business practices of companies completely outside your area of expertise.

In this eye-opening blog post, we explored how airlines have unlocked a new revenue stream through ancillary fees.

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