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Manage any depot type, any size - Taxis, Limousines, Buses, Ride-Share, Town Cars, Ambulance, Cement Delivery, Para-Transit, Couriers - at the touch of a button!
SETTINGS MODULE

Customise settings to suit your depot operation. Payment, voucher, EFTPOS, fee, savings, expense, license and tax types allow you to personalise DepotMaestro to your exact requirements. Inspection and maintenance periods can be set for each model of vehicle. Fault categories and priorities for easy driver fault reporting.

GENERAL
The Settings module allows you to customise your depot to suit your exact method of operation. Specify your time zone, odometer and fuel measures, cash denominations and how you refer to driver names.
Payment Types - specify different types of payments in different areas of DepotMaestro - also to specify which payment types apply to the Cash Till. You can also allocate a Voucher type to a method of payment.
Voucher Types - specify different types of non-cash payment for jobs. Link a specific account to a voucher, to automatically attach accounts to vouchers. Specify a maximum account for a voucher to stop drivers entering amounts greater than this.
Fee Types - specify different fees which are added to payins, such as Driver Levy, Insurance Fee etc.
Savings Types - set up different savings categories which can either be an amount or a percentage of the meter total. A checkbox allows you to exclude this from the payin.
Tax Types - specify different tax types and amounts. One tax type is the primary tax type set by clicking the checkbox.
License Types - you can have multiple types of licenses - although one license type is called the Hire License, which is the specific license required to drive the taxi/limo vehicle if needed. Networks - each driver and vehicle can be associated with different networks.
EFTPOS - set up different types of credit card terminals which form part of non-cash payments of jobs. These can be included in the cash till for reconciliation of finances.
Expense Types - specify expenses which drivers are able to enter, such as car wash, oil, etc. Tag types - categorise drivers and vehicles for reporting purposes.

Use the pre-set faults lists, or create your own list of faults. Allocate faults to the pre-set priorities and fault categories - mix-and-match or create your own to tailor DepotMaestro to your specific operation. When drivers are entering faults, if a fault has the ‘Alert’ checkbox, a message is immediately sent to the specified manager contact so that action can be taken. You designate which faults you want to appear on the driver app. When staff are completing faults, you specify which faults need a ‘cause and an action’, so that over time you develop a library of faults, what caused them and what action was taken to fix them. Detailed fault reporting shows those faults still to be completed, what category they belong to so that you get a complete picture of the fault process of your fleet.

Use the pre-set faults lists, or create your own list of faults. Allocate faults to the pre-set priorities and fault categories - mix-and-match or create your own to tailor DepotMaestro to your specific operation. When drivers are entering faults, if a fault has the ‘Alert’ checkbox, a message is immediately sent to the specified manager contact so that action can be taken. You designate which faults you want to appear on the driver app. When staff are completing faults, you specify which faults need a ‘cause and an action’, so that over time you develop a library of faults, what caused them and what action was taken to fix them. Detailed fault reporting shows those faults still to be completed, what category they belong to so that you get a complete picture of the fault process of your fleet.

Use the pre-set faults lists, or create your own list of faults. Allocate faults to the pre-set priorities and fault categories - mix-and-match or create your own to tailor DepotMaestro to your specific operation. When drivers are entering faults, if a fault has the ‘Alert’ checkbox, a message is immediately sent to the specified manager contact so that action can be taken. You designate which faults you want to appear on the driver app. When staff are completing faults, you specify which faults need a ‘cause and an action’, so that over time you develop a library of faults, what caused them and what action was taken to fix them. Detailed fault reporting shows those faults still to be completed, what category they belong to so that you get a complete picture of the fault process of your fleet.

Use the pre-set faults lists, or create your own list of faults. Allocate faults to the pre-set priorities and fault categories - mix-and-match or create your own to tailor DepotMaestro to your specific operation. When drivers are entering faults, if a fault has the ‘Alert’ checkbox, a message is immediately sent to the specified manager contact so that action can be taken. You designate which faults you want to appear on the driver app. When staff are completing faults, you specify which faults need a ‘cause and an action’, so that over time you develop a library of faults, what caused them and what action was taken to fix them. Detailed fault reporting shows those faults still to be completed, what category they belong to so that you get a complete picture of the fault process of your fleet.

Use the pre-set faults lists, or create your own list of faults. Allocate faults to the pre-set priorities and fault categories - mix-and-match or create your own to tailor DepotMaestro to your specific operation. When drivers are entering faults, if a fault has the ‘Alert’ checkbox, a message is immediately sent to the specified manager contact so that action can be taken. You designate which faults you want to appear on the driver app. When staff are completing faults, you specify which faults need a ‘cause and an action’, so that over time you develop a library of faults, what caused them and what action was taken to fix them. Detailed fault reporting shows those faults still to be completed, what category they belong to so that you get a complete picture of the fault process of your fleet.