Cooper Equipment Rentals joins SmartEquip network

By Lindsey Anderson13 July 2015

Toronto-based Cooper Equipment Rentals has entered an agreement to access the SmartEquip network. By utilizing SmartEquip’s Enterprise application in conjunction with Texada’s Systematic Rental Management software, Cooper Equipment Rentals will be able to "streamline their service process, eliminate parts order errors and increase their rental fleet’s utilization," the company said in a statement. "The integration of the SmartEquip and Systematic Rental Management will allow Cooper to leverage the combined platform to enhance their existing business relationships with the 160 parts and MRO suppliers on the SmartEquip Network."

Doug Dougherty, President of Cooper Equipment Rentals said, "We are excited about taking this next step with SmartEquip and Texada to improve our service to customers by increasing visibility, adding speed and efficiency, and standardizing our systems and processes across an expanding network of rental locations in Ontario."

“Texada Software has been a partner with Cooper Equipment Rentals since 1991 and we are very excited to help facilitate the relationship with SmartEquip and Cooper," said Alex Kress, general manager of operations for Texada. “We look forward to providing the same level of service to all of our users.”

“All of us at SmartEquip would like to extend a very warm welcome to both Cooper Equipment Rentals and Texada,” added Fernando Pinera, SmartEquip’s COO. “SmartEquip’s goal has been and always will be to connect fleet owners to their manufacturers and respective dealers, eliminate parts ordering errors and help drive profitability.”

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