Priced and extended tickets printed on truck
Meets NIST and state standards
Automatic meter interface reads and records the gallons pumped
Automatic customer and price retrieval
Driver end of day summary - sales and collections balance report
Dispatch and routing systems
Driver incentive pay calculations (commissions)
Service work orders and parts inventory
Bottle plant and Motor fuel island automatic interface
Tank rental billing
Metered gas billing
Complete accounting with: General Ledger Financials Receivables Payables Purchase Orders Service Work Orders
LAN, WAN and Internet support
LPG Distribution System
Select Technology Services, Inc. uses Fleetrax on-board data systems and hand-held computer technology to calculate and record the sales and inventory transactional data during LP Gas delivery operations. Delivery volumes are read from the truck meter, sales price per gallon is obtained from the hand-held computer customer/location/product price matrix and the delivery ticket is automatically priced and printed on a truck based impact printer.
Delivery driver input is kept to a minimum to eliminate data entry errors, incorrect pricing and the chance of employee theft. Driver entry of the customer name or number is NOT REQUIRED when the truck is equipped with a Fleetrax linked locator device (GPS or Loran C receiver).
The customer data base loaded in the hand-held computer can be updated as often as necessary (daily if required) to reflect new customer data or market driven product price changes.
Fleetrax and hand-held computer collected transactions data can be uploaded real-time (via RF modem, cellular phones, WAN services) or uploaded at the end of a shift and can automatically update the customer's accounts receivable balances, storage inventory and truck inventory. Uploaded data can update driver payroll calculation records.
Select Technology Services, Inc. LPG Distribution System is designed to provide maximum flexibility. Products and services (tank setting, pilot lighting, leak checking, etc.) other than LPG can be accounted for without the need for additional programming. Communication and interface with existing host computer systems is provided for by using PC DOS, Windows, NT, UNIX, or AOS/VS compatible systems as the local host computer or central data processor.