Sparq adopts Hirehop rental software
Wednesday, 15 July 2020
hirehopThe HireHop team has been adding features and improving the software
UK - Technical event production specialists Sparq, part of the Saville Group has invested in Hirehop rental software.
The company recently adopted Hirehop as the rental software of choice to facilitate the comprehensive management of equipment and critical production assets. Operating on a global scale, the Sparq team identified flexible and powerful software to manage their inventory, productions and day to day operations were required.
After researching numerous systems, Sparq concluded that HireHop was best suited to their needs, due to its extensive and flexible range of features, intuitive ease of use and scalability, built around 24/7/365 cloud access.
HireHop’s director Keith Jacobs said, “It is an honour to have to have such a well-known, established and respected company join the ever-growing list of HireHop users.”
Rob Morrison, Client Director at Sparq commented “Sparq needs to rely on a robust logistics management system due to the wide diversity of our global client base and the unique event experiences we create for them. The team at Hirehop have delivered at every level for us making it an easy choice.”
Over the COVID-19 lockdown, the HireHop team has been adding features and improving the software, especially the accounting integration of HireHop.
As many hire companies operate more than one company in the same depot, or different companies at different depots, and sometimes using different accounting software for different companies or sharing some but not others, HireHop developed a new feature to handle this complex problem.
HireHop has added the ability to assign different accounting software company accounts, from Sage 50, QuickBooks and Xero (with more to come), to different depots or companies at the same depot.
There are other new features, such as batch invoicing, more languages and the availability of documents in different languages.

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