Pilot Travel Centers announced today, Dec. 16, that it has signed a 10-year extension to its exclusive agreement with document scanning provider Pegasus TransTech, solidifying Pilot’s partnership to offer Pegasus Transflo Express truckstop scanning services exclusively at its 305 locations in 40 states. Pegasus TransTech and Pilot Travel Centers first teamed up as partners in February 2002 to offer truckstop scanning nationwide.
Transflo Express is designed to expedite document delivery and allow fleets and drivers to get paid faster; drivers simply hand their trip documents to a fuel desk attendant for scanning, and in seconds these documents are delivered electronically to the fleet for immediate billing and payroll processing. Pilot says Transflo Express has helped service its customers’ document delivery needs in a way that has reduced the costs associated with billing and payroll.
“Our partnership with Pegasus TransTech continues to be one of the most successful relationships that our corporation has enjoyed,” says Mark Hazelwood, Pilot’s senior vice president. “Transflo Express has been and continues to be one of the more popular nonfuel services we offer our customers.”
Pegasus TransTech provides in-house and outsourced imaging systems designed to streamline billing, collections, payroll, A/P, driver qualifications and other paper-intensive processes for the trucking industry. The company says Transflo Express document scanning service is available in almost 500 truckstop locations, providing immediate access to billing and payroll documents and helping fleets of all sizes reduce operating costs, improve driver satisfaction, speed cashflow and grow without adding headcount.
“We are excited about the opportunity to continue the relationship we have with Pilot Corporation,” says Frank Adelman, senior vice president of Tampa, Fla.-based Pegasus TransTech. “I believe the extension of this long-term agreement solidifies Pegasus TransTech’s position as the premiere document delivery solution provider in the trucking industry.”