Did you know there is a Computer Rental Industry?
Enough people find reason to rent a computer that the US DOL recognises computer renting as an industry. Yet many people do not know of the existence of such an industry. Composed primarily of small local businesses, the computer rental industry is primarily business to business and is made up entirely of SMB sized businesses. Rentacomputer.com has thousands of SMB rental industry partners in the United States and Canada to bring you the best, most local service available from any company in the world.
Here is the US DOL description of the Computer Rental Industry
SIC Description for 7377: Computer Rental and Leasing
Source: U.S. Department of Labor
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
This SIC belongs to Industry Group 737:
Computer Programming, Data Processing, And Other Computer Related Services
7377 Computer Rental and Leasing Description:
Establishments primarily engaged in renting or leasing computers and related data processing equipment on the customer’s site, whether or not also providing maintenance or support services. Establishments primarily engaged in both manufacturing and leasing computers and related data processing equipment are classified in Division D, Manufacturing, and separate establishments owned by the manufacturer and primarily engaged in leasing are classified in Division F, Wholesale Trade. Establishments primarily engaged in finance leasing of computers and related data processing equipment are classified in Finance, Industry 6159. Establishments primarily engaged in leasing computer time are classified in Industry 7374.
Computer hardware rental or leasing, except finance leasing or by the
Computer peripheral equipment, rental and leasing
Leasing of computers, except finance leasing or by the manufacturer
Rental of computers, except finance leasing or by the manufacturer
SIC 7377: Computer Rental and Leasing belongs to Division I and Major Group 73 as defined below:
Division I: Services
This division includes establishments primarily engaged in providing a wide variety of services for individuals, business and government establishments, and other organizations. Hotels and other lodging places; establishments providing personal, business, repair, and amusement services; health, legal, engineering, and other professional services; educational institutions; membership organizations, and other miscellaneous services, are included. Establishments which provide specialized services closely allied to activities covered in other divisions are classified in such divisions.
Major Group 73: Business Services
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in rendering services, not elsewhere classified, to business establishments on a contract or fee basis, such as advertising, credit reporting, collection of claims, mailing, reproduction, stenographic, news syndicates, computer programming, photocopying, duplicating, data processing, services to buildings, and help supply services. Establishments primarily engaged in providing engineering, accounting, research, management, and related services are classified in Major Group 87. Establishments which provide specialized services closely allied to activities covered in other divisions are classified in such divisions.