From Binary House Software:
Transport Rentals program enables creating a database of transport facilities and storing information about clients. Whether your rental agency provides cars, trucks, bicycles, tractors, boats or ships - Transport Rentals will allow you storing the full information on your facilities, including pictures, certificates, and other details. The program boasts intuitive user interface, which requires no previous experience. You can also customize the database to meet your specific data management needs and requirements. Besides, the program allows creating client database.
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