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Our Top Five Most-Read Posts of 2019

By December 31, 2019January 27th, 2020Blog2 min read

To mark the end of every year, we here at Wynne like to spotlight the blog posts that resonated with our readers the most. Without further ado, listed below are our top five most-read blog posts published in 2019.


MobileLink’s Top Five Features

Just like all of Wynne’s solutions, MobileLink is constantly being enhanced with new features and improvements to help our customers achieve more. In our most-read blog post of 2019, we highlighted the most notable features of our award-winning mobile app. In addition to descriptions of each function, we also included some animated GIFs to deliver a more eye-catching reading experience.


Three Takeaways from the 2019 ARA Show

Every year for three days in February, the ARA Show becomes the center of the entire rental universe. Wynne was there in 2019, and after speaking with a myriad of convention attendees and making several laps around the show floor, a few trends emerged. We summed up the most common opinions we heard about the state of the rental industry into this blog post.


Empowering Your Sales & Service Departments to Accelerate Your Dispatching

No department at any rental company is an island. Each department works in close collaboration with its counterparts, usually on a daily basis, to get work done. In this blog post, we explore how improved communication tools for sales and service teams can in turn enable dispatchers to operate more efficiently.


Three Pitfalls to Avoid When Expanding Your Rental Fleet

With the U.S. economy enjoying its longest expansion on record, many rental companies are currently investing in additional assets. While the rationale behind such expansion is certainly sound, as with every business decision, it’s important to approach such investments with the right strategy. In this blog post, we provide a few pointers on how rental companies can avoid risk when growing their fleet.


How to Prepare for the End of 3G

For companies that rely on GPS tracking devices, the end of 3G cellular service marks a momentous sea change. Understanding when service is planned to be terminated and what kinds of devices will need to replace existing units can be tricky. To help provide some clarity, we created this convenient guide to help companies get up to speed on the impending 3G sunset.

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