Alert Management Systems partners with SmartEquip

05 December 2019

SmartEquip and Alert Management Systems have launched the completed integration of their respective software platforms. According to the companies, the partnership provides Alert customers a ”significant reduction in equipment operating costs through streamlining parts ordering for industrial equipment rental fleets.”

“We’re thrilled to offer Alert users the opportunity to seamlessly interface with SmartEquip,” said Mary Crosslin, co-president and COO of Alert Management Systems. “Our integration will offer Alert users the ability to connect with SmartEquip in the work-order process and create a purchase order if the part isn’t in stock. Savvy equipment rental operations will save countless hours and potential mistakes by automating a once time-consuming and error-prone process. We’re further delighted to offer this integration as a baseline feature of Alert.”

SmartEquip’s ultimate goal is to partner with companies who are dedicated to driving the rental industry forward.

“We are pleased to extend and connect our network directly into the workflow of participating Alert users,” said Fernando Pinera, SmartEquip president and COO. “Our companies share a steadfast dedication to serving customers with superior software and this integration of technologies will deliver enhanced efficiency to users with an increase in wrench time, less overtime and down equipment and increased profitability.”

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