Describes the purpose of and main scenarios for the use of tickets in FleetLogic.
FleetLogic web and mobile applications, SRM
In this Article
- Ticket Types
- Ticket Numbers
- Ticket Workflow
- Ticket workflows in the mobile application
- Ticket Priority Levels
- Flagged tickets
Tickets are documents in FleetLogic that indicate that an asset is being moved from one location to another. They are typically a “child” document of a contract that communicates to a driver what needs to move where.
For example, this movement could be at the beginning of a rental transaction, where your customer rents a piece of equipment they cannot move such as a boom lift. Instead, the customer pays you to transport the lift from your yard to their worksite. Your FleetLogic counter or SRM (Systematic Rental Management) application user creates a delivery ticket and associates it with the rental contract for the boom.
The FleetLogic counter worker or logistics manager then sees the ticket in the FleetLogic web application and assigns it to a driver. The driver loads the boom into the delivery vehicle, drives it to the site, unloads it, and takes pictures of the asset using the FleetLogic mobile application. The driver then has the customer sign for the delivery using the mobile application and marks the ticket as complete. The SRM user closes the ticket and your customer is billed for the delivery.
There are three types of tickets used in FleetLogic. Use the following table to understand more about each type:
|Ticket Type||Created/Closed In||Description|
||An item is moved from your customer’s site to your yard|
||An item is moved from your yard to your customer’s site|
FleetLogic web application
An item is moved between from one of your customer’s sites to another of their sites, or involves a minor task, such as picking up a small item left behind at a site.
Note: Task tickets are not billable and therefore do not appear in SRM.
Each ticket has a unique ticket number. Tickets are numbered using the following numbering scheme:
The first half of the number contains the contract number, while the actual ticket number related to that contract is in the second half.
For example, a ticket number of 626-001 refers to the first ticket (001) on contract 626.
- You can associate multiple tickets with a single contract in SRM.
- For example, if you have multiple items in a contract that require separate transports or different items that are sent out at different times requiring different delivery times, each item would have its own delivery ticket for that contract.
Similar to work orders, tickets use SRM and the FleetLogic web and mobile applications to draw out the Texada platform’s full potential. The use of all three applications creates an unbroken workflow from the time the ticket is created until it is closed and the customer is billed. The following diagram outlines the workflow:
- Delivery and pickup tickets are created in SRM or FleetLogic by the administrator, counter person, or logistics manager.
- In the FleetLogic web application, the logistics manager sees the ticket and assigns it to a driver.
- If this is a delivery ticket, the driver loads the equipment on to the delivery truck.
- The driver travels to the required location and loads the item if this is a pickup ticket, or unloads the item if it is a delivery ticket. They use the mobile application to document their process.
- The driver uses the mobile application to obtain a signature from the customer.
- If this is a delivery ticket, the driver marks the ticket as complete.
- If this is a pickup ticket, then the driver returns to the yard with the equipment and unloads it.
- If this is a pickup ticket, the driver marks the ticket as completed.
- In SRM or FleetLogic, the application logistics manager or counter person closes the ticket, resulting in the customer being billed for the ticket if necessary.
Note: Task tickets are the exception to this workflow as they are closed in FleetLogic, not SRM and are not billable.
Ticket workflows in the mobile application
The ticket workflow in FleetLogic is composed of seven distinct phases, each with a specific status indicator. See: “About Ticket Statuses in FleetLogic” for more information about each status.
The workflow is designed to ensure that drivers follow the same sequence of steps for each delivery or pickup they carry out, and that the process is thoroughly documented at all points along the way.
The FleetLogic mobile application is closely involved with five out of the seven phases, as indicated below:
When a ticket is assigned to a driver, they can log into the FleetLogic mobile application to view the details of the ticket. In addition, they can add a comment, SUCH AS WHAT, or flag the ticket for review if there is incorrect or missing information that would prevent the ticket from being carried out, such as an out of date address.
The driver taps the Load Assets button in the mobile application to begin the Loading phase and move the ticket into the Loading status. As before, the driver can add a comment or flag the ticket for review. Otherwise, they load the individual assets in the application, select the loading status, take photos to establish the pickup/pre-delivery status of the asset. The driver then taps complete to complete the loading and then taps load complete. This moves the ticket into In Progress status.
Pickup tickets only
The driver hands their mobile device to the customer if they are available. If the customer is available, they agree to the terms and conditions and then digitally sign for the pickup. If the customer is unavailable, the driver agrees to the terms and conditions and taps Continue without signature.
While the asset is in transit, the ticket is in the In Progress phase. At any time during this phase, the driver can add comments or flag the ticket for review.
The driver arrives at the delivery or pickup site and taps the Unload Assets button to begin the Unloading phase and move the ticket into the Unloading status. As with the Loading phase, the driver can add comments, or flag the ticket. When the driver is ready to proceed, they tap the individual assets to unload them, and select the unloading status. The driver then has the ability to take post-delivery photos of the asset to establish the delivery condition. The driver taps Ticket Complete.
Delivery tickets only
The driver hands their mobile device to the customer if they are available. If the customer is available, they agree to the terms and conditions and then digitally sign for the delivery. If the customer is unavailable, the driver agrees to the terms and conditions and taps Continue without signature.
The driver aps Complete to move the ticket into the Completed Status, and the workflow in the mobile application concludes.
Ticket Priority Levels
You can indicate the priority level of a ticket and view it in both the FleetLogic web and mobile applications. The priority level of a ticket serves as a visual cue as to the relative importance of a ticket in FleetLogic, but does not have any further effect in the application than that.
Use the following table to understand each priority level and how it appears in each application:
FleetLogic web application
FleetLogic mobile application
The highest priority. It is vitally important that this ticket be completed quickly
It is important that this ticket be completed relatively quickly
This ticket can be completed as per usual
At most points along the mobile workflow, you have the ability to flag a ticket for review. You can do this when something unexpected has arisen while carrying out the tickets. For example, if a piece of equipment turned out to be critically damaged when you picked it up, or the customer was uncooperative, and delayed your delivery, you can flag the ticket for review. When a ticket is flagged for review, a flag icon appears next to the ticket in the FleetLogic web application, indicating to the counter, or logistics manager that they must have a close look at the ticket.
It is important to note that flagged tickets cannot be moved to the closed status in FleetLogic, and must be manually closed in your company’s SRM (Systematic Rental Management) application by an administrator.
- About FleetLogic
- About Ticket Statuses in FleetLogic
- Create a Task Ticket in FleetLogic
- Search for a Ticket in FleetLogic
- Use the Map to Search for Work Orders, Tickets, and Drivers in FleetLogic
- Edit the Details of a Ticket in FleetLogic
- Assign a Ticket to a Driver in FleetLogic
- Schedule a Ticket in FleetLogic
- Close or Cancel a Task Ticket in FleetLogic
- Close or Cancel a Pickup or Delivery Ticket in FleetLogic