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Cargas, P3 Propane Safety integrate software

October 15, 2020 By    

Cargas has partnered with P3 Propane Safety on an integration between Cargas Energy – software for fuel delivery and HVAC service companies – and the P3 Compliance System and mobile safety app.

The integration combines the P3 Compliance System and mobile safety app on one platform with access to customer account data from Cargas Energy.

“This integration will provide critical regulatory compliance benefits and at the same time help improve marketers’ operational efficiency,” says Kyle Koerber, COO at P3 Propane Safety.

Integrating customer account information from Cargas Energy with the P3 Compliance System and mobile safety app is intended to streamline the user experience and increase efficiencies for service technicians in the field and personnel in the office.

Cargas Energy account losses and gains are updated daily in the P3 Compliance System to create a process to audit tank assets and ensure database integrity.

According to the companies, customer benefits include direct access to Cargas Energy customer account data, mobile inspections completed faster and with greater accuracy, photo documentation of tank set assets, real-time error recognition and reduction, customized training opportunities to improve technician performance, increased efficiencies for office personnel and enhanced auditing capabilities for management.

The P3 Compliance System is a cloud-based safety documentation system with error recognition technology that analyzes safety documentation for accuracy and completion, flags inspections for follow-up and creates management reports. The P3 Mobile Safety App allows service technicians to complete safety inspections, cathodic protection inspections and interruption of service forms electronically, which are then stored in the P3 Compliance System.

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