Pegasus TransTech issues advisory for truckstop scanning

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Updated Apr 1, 2010

Pegasus TransTech said it has been receiving calls from drivers and carriers about the availability of truckstop scanning since Monday, March 29.

The company said that all Transflo Express truckstop scanning services from Pegasus TransTech are operating normally. Transflo Express, which moves through fully redundant, widely separated data centers, has not experienced any outages. Transflo Express is available as usual at more than 550 Pilot and Love’s truckstops, the company says, adding that Transflo Express Indexing also is functioning routinely.

“Any problems drivers may be experiencing on the road with scanning their documents does not lie with Pegasus TransTech or with Transflo Express, which continues to process all documents normally,” said Bob Helms, chairman and chief executive officer.

“All Transflo Express customers receive their document images directly from our redundant data centers before they are sent to any outsourced indexing agents,” Helms said. “Customers may retrieve these images from Pegasus TransTech to do their billing and payroll at any time.”