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New Hire Management System for Hire and Rental Industries

IRIS Announces New Hire Management System for New Zealand Hire and Rental Industries

IRIS Enterprise Software New Zealand announces its new hire management system, IRIS Hiremate, for the New Zealand hire and rental industry. IRIS Hiremate effectively manages all aspects of the hire operation in one simple yet powerful system from hires, sales and assets to repairs, invoicing and improving the utilisation of expensive assets. The hire management system joins the suite of products offered in New Zealand by IRIS who have achieved the reputation as one of the industry's leading business software suppliers.

IRIS Enterprise Software New Zealand who have nearly two decades of history in the New Zealand market, are excited about the introduction of the new product. Rupert Ralston, Marketing Manager, said, "IRIS Hiremate is at the cutting edge of hire management software. It provides New Zealand organisations with a robust, long-term solution with impressive functionality and management reporting. We believe IRIS Hiremate is the most feature-rich, yet simple to use and flexible hire system to date, and this is the reason we have added it to our portfolio of empowering tools for New Zealand businesses. For existing clients, we have made sure that it is quickly, easily and fully integrated with IRIS Exchequer, our flagship mid-range accounting system,”

The AV Group, suppliers of site accommodations and modular buildings are outspoken proponents of IRIS Hiremate. According to Natasha Yole, Depot Manager, “the main reason we use IRIS Hiremate is the management of our assets; with Hiremate we can see at any time where our assets are and what they’re worth. We have around 20 high-profile users already and deal with huge amounts of hire and invoices. Because it’s straightforward to use, we use IRIS Hiremate across all of our depots to automate our processes, from initial enquiries right through to final invoices. Also, our hire equipment is not restricted to a specific depot but spread across our entire fleet. IRIS Hiremate gives us the visibility we need which is crucial as we work on a real-time basis.”

“We have always found the system very reliable. With IRIS Hiremate we’ve been able to improve our operational efficiency right across our organisation. Whenever we’ve had a problem, the IRIS support team has always been on hand to help – they really know our business and us well. Given that we now have over 5,000 items, our old system would have proved impossible to manage. IRIS Hiremate was our first hire management system, and we’re still using it twenty years on! I think that speaks for itself!” said Natasha.

IRIS Hiremate offers a comprehensive hire management solution for medium and large organisations who can select from the impressive variety of standard and optional modules such as the web front-end for hires through to test certificates, eBusiness, advanced bookings, barcodes and repair workshop. A standard hire management system is also available for small businesses. This creates a solution that can truly be tailored to a businesses exact requirement and be a suitable solution both now and in the future as the business grows.

New Zealand businesses that stand to benefit most from IRIS Hiremate include plant and tool hire, radios and communications rentals, portable accommodations, construction, vehicles and equipment hire. The system will effectively prevent long-standing problems plaguing the hire industry and improve business performance by keeping costly assets in circulation, reducing overall costs and increasing productivity.


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