RVezy is a Canadian RV rental marketplace platform that connects RV owners with renters. The platform allows RV owners to list their RVs for rent, and renters to browse and book RVs for their next trip. RVezy also provides insurance and 24/7 support for renters and owners. The website offers a wide range of RV models and makes it easy for renters to find the right RV for their needs and budget. It's a peer-to-peer RV rental platform that allows RV owners to rent out their RVs when they're not using them, and renters to find RVs to rent for their next trip.
We were tasked with rebuilding the marketplace platform from the ground up, with critical features such as booking, payment, advanced listing, and a sophisticated admin portal. To do this, we used .NET Core, React, and a micro-service architecture. Our booking system automated the process of collecting payments at different stages of the booking, and also managed the payout process to the owners. All of the transactions are processed via Stripe. Additionally, we implemented multi-parameter searching and ranking based on user criteria using AWS Elastic Search, handled large numbers of transactions at once using RabbitMQ and auto-scale, and built a PowerBI dashboard for reports. In addition to the features mentioned earlier, we also implemented security measures to protect the users' data and transactions. This included employing HTTPS protocol, user authentication and authorization, data encryption, and other safety protocols. We also implemented a mechanism to verify the identity of the users and prevent fraudulent activities. Furthermore, we monitored the system on a regular basis and took preventive steps to ensure that the system was running optimally at all times. Finally, we provided post-implementation support for any issues that arose with the system. The technologies used for this project included .NET Core, MySQL, React, AWS Elastic Search, AWS Load Balancer, AWS EC2, AWS RDS, AWS Gateway, Stripe, PowerBI, and QuickBooks.
In 2 years, the annual booking revenue for the platform has grown from 100,000 to 13 million dollars.
Futurify is a phenomenal partner and very responsive to our needs. It’s been a highly rewarding journey—growing together, scaling, and figuring out how to provide the best RV sharing platform.