Pegasus TransTech has implemented Version 2.0 of Transflo Express, upgrading its truckstop scanning solution. Among the improvements are a new look and feel, Windows 7 compatibility, easier reporting capabilities and an upgraded Confirmation Viewer.
“Transflo Express 2.0 brings many improvements to what is already the premiere electronic document delivery system,” says Don Burke, vice president of operations. “Among other things, customers are able to drill down to scan locations and generate better reports. They can also open and save images in PDF format.”
The new Confirmation Viewer application can be used by carriers and drivers to run reports and view documents sent to them. Fleets can use Confirmation Viewer to change the message at the bottom of the receipt drivers get after scanning; a fleet might want to recognize Driver Appreciation Week or promote a safety topic. Now fleets can change that message daily if they wish.
“Reports and documents in Confirmation Viewer now show the scanning location – city and state – for each batch scanned, and our customers can customize their column views,” Burke says. That means they can search scans and generate reports quickly as needed; with just a few keystrokes in Transflo Express 2.0, customers can see a list of scans from a particular location or in a timeframe that can be as narrow as specific hours in a day. Meanwhile, a driver is able to view documents scanned within the last 14 days by entering his or her unique confirmation number.
A header on each scan can remain with the document so anyone calling it up later can see basic information such as where and when it was scanned. The header is a customer option.
With Transflo Express, drivers hand their documents to a trained cashier for scanning at more than 550 truckstop locations nationwide, including all Pilot and Love’s travel centers; in seconds, these documents are sent electronically to the fleet for immediate billing and payroll processing. Because Transflo Express expedites document delivery, fleets and drivers get paid faster.