ScrapRight Launches Recycling, Compliance Software
ScrapRight Software has launched cloud-based scrap and recycling software for scrap yards and recycling centers that allows them to perform ticketing, gain state and local compliance, and run reports.
The company says iScrapRight is an alternative to the traditional high cost software available on the market today that requires tens of thousands of dollars and weeks or even months to get started. It says iScrapRight allows scrap yards and recycling centers to run tickets and be in compliance in minutes.
iScrapRight can run on Windows PCs, Apple computers, iPads, and many tablets, enabling most yards to operate on their own existing equipment and avoiding a hardware investment.
In addition to the web interface, a companion iPad app is available for download on the Apple App Store. Driver’s license capture, signatures, pictures of the seller and materials can be gathered for ticketing. Receipts are printed to Bluetooth-enabled printers available for purchase on the ScrapRight website. The software syncs tickets and stored them securely to your online account.
For customers that are catalytic converter buyers or purchase vehicles and need to gather VIN’s, iScrapRight offers features that enable you to buy those specific items as well, the company says.
iScrapRight, unlike other cloud-based SAAS competitors, also has an offline mode in its iPad app for scrap buying when an internet connection is not available.
Yards can start using the full compliance version of iScrapRight immediately starting at about $99 per month. Plans and pricing depend on monthly transaction volume.
Additionally, for yards needing more than just ticketing, compliance and reports, (such as inventory management, FIFO costing, and shipping), the company says its flagship LAN-based software, ScrapRight Software, can be graduated into at a later time, and at a reduced cost.
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