ScrapRight Software, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania has released iScrapRight, which it describes as a “low-cost, cloud-based scrap and recycling software solution for scrap yards and recycling centers to perform ticketing, gain state and local compliance and run essential reporting.” The company says iScrapRight is an alternative to traditional software, which requires a significant investment of money and time to install and begin using.
IScrapRight can be run using Windows PCs, Apple computers, iPads and many tablets, enabling most yards to operate on their own existing equipment and avoiding a costly hardware investment, ScrapRight says. In addition to the Web interface, a companion iPad app is available for download from the Apple App Store.
Drivers’ license capture, signatures, pictures of the seller and materials and much more can be gathered with iScrapRight.
Receipts are printed to Bluetooth-enabled printers available for purchase on ScrapRight’s website. Tickets are synced and stored securely to the user’s online account.
For buyers of catalytic converters or vehicles, iScrapRight offers specially designed features to facilitate transactions.
IScrapRight offers the convenience of an offline mode in its iPad app for scrap buying when an Internet connection is not available.
According to ScrapRight, yards can start using the full compliance version of iScrapRight immediately for as little as $99 per month. Plans and pricing depend on the user’s monthly transaction volume.
A CRV- (California Redemption Value-) only version of the app will also be offered for free prior to the ISRI 2016 Convention & Exposition, the company adds.
If iScrapRight users end up requiring inventory management, FIFO (first-in first-out) costing and shipping, they can transition to ScrapRight’s LAN-based software at a reduced cost.