Car rental companies are always looking for ways to improve their services. What better way for a company to reach its consumers than to be on the devices that they carry with them? In this day and age, that device is the smartphone. This is why so many companies have mobile apps. National Car Rental has just upgraded its mobile app to include a new feature called “Virtual Aisle.”
Members of the Emerald Club, which is the loyalty program offered by National Car Rental, will gain even more control over the car hire process when using their mobile phones. This is thanks to the addition of “Virtual Asile” to the National Car Rental app. This new feature allows Emerald Club members to see real-time inventories at the companies car rental branches. This will be offered at select airport locations but will later be rolled out to other locations.
The vice president of brand marketing at National Car Rental, Rob Connors, said that efficiency is of top priory to all Emerald Club members. Keeping that in mind, National Ca Rental has created an app that will allow them to take even more control over the car hire process.
This is just one of the many features that Emerald Club members get to take advantage of. In fact, National Car Rental allows Emerald Club members a chance to bypass having to go to the counter when renting a car. They can also access Emerald Aisle, which is an exclusive section of cars. Members can select any car that they want to reserve, as long as it is a mid-size car.
The National Car Rental app was first released in 2013. Since then, the company has continued to improve the app so that its loyalty members can get the most out of it. The app is designed to help frequent travellers book cars faster and with less hassle. This app is truly for the road warrior in all travellers. Best of all, it can be used on both Android, iOS and Windows phones. The National Car Rental app has also been upgrade to work with the new iPhone 6. This means that members can make use of the iOS Touch ID to sign into the app, speeding up a process that has already been streamlined.