Record360 Marks One-Millionth Transaction

SEATTLE, Wash., March 24, 2017 – Seattle-based Record360, the industry leader of asset-documentation services, today announced that it recorded its one-millionth transaction March 18, 2017.

The milestone was achieved by a transaction logged by Joe’s Airport Parking at Los Angeles International Airport.

Record360 founder and CEO Shane Skinner is thrilled about the company’s recent achievement. “Our one millionth transaction shows that our customers are continually improving service levels, while saving money and time,” he said.

“We are eager to witness many more such goals as Record360’s client base grows. Our company is delighted to be helping thousands of businesses alter their work digitally, in turn streamlining rental processes and eliminating paper trails.”

Using video recording and photos, Record360 clients mark any damage on their property prior to a rental. The process cuts down on future disputes, with Record360 storing the images with location and time stamps. Therefore, users have documentation to refer to upon returning the property.

Record360 customers include those renting cars, freight and property, with the company providing “the most advanced video and notation based asset condition documentation software on the market.”

About Record360

Record360 is the leading software for digital asset condition documentation and asset condition management. Used by major companies across the globe, including Budget, Komatsu, Avis and Papé Machinery, Record360 brings greater transparency to condition reporting and helps companies boost their bottom line. Record360 was founded in 2013 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

PR Contact:

Rebecca Skinner
rebecca@record360.com

 

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