Hiding Non-Inventory Items From Loading On Mobile

In our latest Android and iOS release, you can now hide non-inventory items in the loading view of the mobile app so drivers and warehouse crew can focus on rental inventory items only. You can try out this new feature … Read More

Preparing Rental Items For Delivery With QuickReport

As a rental company, you probably have come across several situations where you were surprised to find out that a particular item or piece of equipment had been rented, but the item, for some reason, was not prepped by the … Read More

How to Convert a Rental Estimate to an Invoice in QuickBooks

Once you’ve created a rental estimate for an upcoming event in QuickBooks, it’s now in the hands of the customer to decide whether he/she wants to book those rentals for their upcoming event. Once the customer has decided to confirm the order and reserve the rental items for that specific date, we need to convert the estimate in QuickBooks to an invoice so that Adelie Logistics can take those items out of your available rental inventory for that date. Here’s how we go about doing this: … Read More

Check Upcoming Rental Orders in QuickBooks

If you’re new to QuickBooks and are trying to figure out how you’re ever going to be able to use it and still be able to easily know what rentals orders you have coming up without a bunch of double … Read More

Creating Rental Estimates in QuickBooks

Creating rental estimates in QuickBooks is simple. However, there are a few key aspects to keep in mind as you start writing up estimates for your customer’s future event dates. Here, and in the video above, we discuss our suggested … Read More

Checking Rental Inventory for Specific Dates

Traditionally, working with party and event rental inventory and equipment rental inventory in QuickBooks has been virtually impossible. Since QuickBooks considers “inventory” as products that are bought and sold, the normal way of keeping track of inventory levels does not … Read More