Princeton Cybernetics, Inc. released Version 7 for its RentControl rental software in August of 2016. Version 7 significantly improved the speed of processing, upgraded the help system, and substantially upgraded the look and feel of the software. In recent months, a large number of additional improvements have been made and reported bugs fixed. Subsequent minor releases added new reports in response to customer requests, expanded the ability to swap out damaged equipment, made history reporting more specific (for example, making the distinction between attaching vs. detaching assets for a rental), and permitted turning a deposit into a pre-payment. 

In addition, changes were made to expand the ability to do end-of-rental sales and permitted the designation of a pre-payment as zero with a notation of "bounced check" if the check bounces. 

Version 7.1, which just finished beta, expanded lost/sold/destroyed processing to permit individual items in a kit to be marked as lost (no longer must the whole kit be so designated), allowed the user to generate an invoice for those missing kit items, and to designate the kit itself as an "incomplete" pre-assembled kit. An alert will appear for such kits to remind the user to re-constitute it.


Princeton Cybernetics Inc. in Princeton, NJ is a leading technology provider for the rental industry.


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