Best Digital Innovation of The Year
In May 2020 CheckMobile had been informed that our AI-based damage detection software has been nominated to be a finalist for this year’s European Rental Awards, in the Digital Innovation of the Year category. In this contest every European company managing their business in the rental industry has been invited to attend by the initiative of KHL Group, the leading supplier of international construction information in the world, as well as the European Rental Association (ERA), promoting the rental concept in order to facilitate a continued growth of a sustainable and professional rental industry in Europe.
The announcement of the winners in this and four more categories will be presented on June 30th 2020 during the free webinar “European Rental Awards & Market Update”.
CheckMobile is feeling humble being acknowledged for its innovative DNA once more and encourages you to join us participating.
Overview award shortlists
Best Digital Innovation of the Year
CheckMobile (AI-based damage detection software)
Intrador (Used equipment valuation tool and App)
Riwal (My Riwal App, VR training, augmented reality App)
Spartan Solutions (PHALANX digital operations platform)
Small Rental Company of the Year (<€15 million revenues)
Cross Rental Services (Ireland/UK)
Drial Wynajem (Poland)
Large rental Company of the Year (>€15 million revenues)
Mollo Noleggio (Italy)
Rental Product of the Year
Atlas Copco (E-Air VSD electric compressor)
Caterpillar (301.7 CR mini excavator)
Consair (CAMU D2 dust extractor)
Endress (Energy Storage & SmartEnergyBox)
JCB (19C-1E electric mini excavator)
Wacker Neuson (Dual View dumpers)
Best Sustainable Rental Project of the Year
Volvo Construction Equipment (Sweden)
GSV Materieludlejning A/S (Denmark)
Hoogwerkt (The Netherlands)
Founded in 2008, CheckMobile is a software company focused on creating new mobility solutions for equipment rental companies and fleet owners globally. For almost 15 years, the company has built applications patented in Germany for the construction and automotive industries.
The company started by digitalising paper-based processes for medium-sized and larger companies. Europcar was the first big player to use CheckMobile’s software solutions for mobile devices, and that experience gave CheckMobile a better understanding of what is important to rental businesses.
In this way, CheckMobile developed its technical understanding of the rental industry, and of the use of algorithms with pictures, to the point where it was ready to tackle the daily challenges of companies such as Caterpillar Zeppelin and Prangl.
CheckMobile offers a platform that operates in diverse languages and is used across more than 30 countries. It is built on a native open-source App that integrates with CRM, ERP and various other systems.