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As an equipment dealer, service or rental provider, you need a flexible solution that can grow and adapt withthe changing needs of your business. Whether you're expanding your product line or service or moving to a new business model, optimizing your resources is key to your success.

Learn how our rental, lease and equipment solutions enable you to right-size your rental fleet and analyze profitability. Our solutions can help you optimize your equipment and determine the most profitable rate and customer contracts.

Reduce equipment maintenance time and costs with optimal service efficiency

Manage diverse equipment service and resource needs through automation

Equip your mobile workforce with access to information anytime using any device

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Rental and lease management

Our rental and lease management solutions offer advanced functionality that is flexible to meet the needs of your business.
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Eazi Acces improves operations with Columbus rental management solution

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Columbus U.S. has announced a partnership with orthopedic medical device contract manufacturer Mach Medical. Using Microsoft technology, the Columbus U.S. team will help Mach Medical as they revolutionize the orthopedic supply chain by creating a manufacturing organization capable of building the highest quality joint replacement implants from a patient’s pre-operative surgical plan and supplying that product in time for surgery. Mach Medical’s proprietary high velocity, single-piece flow manufacturing approach is designed to reduce OEM implant inventory levels by 80%, trim per-part manufacturing costs by 30%, and cut new product time-to-market by 1-2 years.
The Obama administration introduced the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) nine years back. The intent—usher in a systemic shift in the way food safety is handled in the US. Since then, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken comprehensive measures to shift the focus in this regard to preventing foodborne illnesses instead of reactively responding to combat them.
The goal in manufacturing has long been optimal operational agility. That seemingly unreachable objective means peak levels of both efficiency and effectiveness, where you only produce what the customers want, when they want it – zero waste, 100% service level, at the lowest cost possible.
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