P3 Propane Safety, TekCollect earn NPGA affinity program endorsements

March 8, 2018 By    

The National Propane Gas Association (NPGA) announced endorsements of P3 Propane Safety and TekCollect for its affinity partnership program. The program offers association members an array of discounted business services.

New to the program, P3 offers a compliance documentation management system that includes error-recognition technology, as well as a duty-to-warn program. According to the association, the P3 compliance system program enables marketers to have safety inspection files that are 100 percent accurate and free from clerical error or incorrect field documentation.

Additionally, the P3 compliance system provides users with necessary safety documentation, including inspection forms, guidance documents to facilitate consistency, and ongoing review of inspection data by in-house propane safety professionals, which can be done remotely through the cloud-based system, says the association.

“The P3 compliance system provides our members with the ability to electronically store, retrieve and easily review important safety inspection data,” says Christine Hutcherson, director of member services for NPGA. “Perhaps most importantly, the error-recognition technology means users can have safety inspection data that is 100 percent complete and accurate. This is good for our members and the industry at large.”

TekCollect, which earned a renewal of NPGA’s endorsement, provides accounts receivable management, collections and customer-retention solutions. According to NPGA, the company has helped members resolve 86 percent of accounts submitted at a substantial cost savings.

TekCollect works with multiple software systems, including ADD Systems, Blue Cow Software, Cargas, RCC and Suburban Software Systems.

To view a complete list of the companies in NPGA’s affinity partnership program, visit npga.org/affinity-benefit-programs.

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Clara Richter was a managing editor at LP Gas magazine.

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