We love Water Delivery Companies! In fact, we love them so much we’ve set up
some awesome PTLevel water monitoring features just for them.
If you or someone you know is a water delivery company, make
sure to share this information with them!
A quick story first… One of the founding ideas behind the
PTLevel was because we dabbled in water delivery for a short period of
time. We saw the issues. We saw the
wastes and inefficiencies and we knew there was a better way. We wanted to
better plan deliveries and loads to save ourselves time as well as spread our
peak time workloads over several days without sacrificing the water needs of
our customers. And so the idea of the PTLevel was born!
How Much Does it Cost to Monitor My Customers' Water?We know that profit margins are
always a concern and we have great news for you… It's free! As a Water Delivery Company, you can sign up
and monitor your customer’s water level at no charge. Obviously your customer
must purchase a PTLevel and install it first, but there are no monthly fees to
them or you (unless they upgrade to a premium account). You can simply see all of your customers’
water levels in almost real time (click here to understand reporting times).
In fact, if you want to become a PTLevel Re-Seller, you can even make referral fees or get wholesale pricing. We would love to speak with you more about this, contact us here
by creating a ticket.
Benefits of the PTLevel Delivery Account Monitoring System
And the next question is always, how will this benefit
me? Imagine it’s a dry spring and
pool-filling season at the same time.
Imagine calls coming in so fast that you can’t keep up. Now imagine if you had access in the previous
days and weeks to see your customers’ levels and could foresee who would need
water and when. Maybe you could even
utilize this information to split loads between 2 customers who live close
together. Or maybe you want to schedule your delivery employees and could foresee
a busy week or slow week. So many possibilities with just knowing how much
water was in those tanks!
To sign up for free, https://ptdevices.com/delivery_signup
What does a Delivery Account actually look like?
Once you create your account and then login, click on “Customer
Levels” and then all of your customers will show up in a chart like the one below. It’s as easy as that! You can still view each customer account
individually by simply clicking on it.
And we’ve saved the best news for last. Customers can not only “share” their account
with you, but they can set up alerts to go to you directly. Without them having
to do anything but an initial set up for an alert, you will be notified every time
they want to order water.
Sharing your Device with your Water Delivery Company
To share your PTLevel with your Water Delivery Company, simply log into your device and follow these directions: 1. Click "Features" (to access more options on your level) and then click "Share" 2. Under the Share tab, click the blue "Share" button ...
All About Alerts
What is an Alert Point? A PTLevel Alert point is the point in which you will be alerted when your tank level goes above or below it. For instance if you select "25%", you will be alerted when your tank drops below 25% and when your tank rises back ...
How Often Does the PTLevel Wireless Report Online?
The Wireless PTLevel is designed to be battery conscious and with that, it implements a special monitoring schedule. By default, it wakes up every 30 minutes to check the level. Then, if the level is out by approx. 10% since the last 30 minute check, ...
Device Management Account System - Overview
Our Device Manager Account System is designed for those who sell, install, and manage/maintain devices and customer accounts. Basically it is an account that gives you the ability to fully manage many customers and their devices in your own account. ...
Can the PTLevel WIFI be Installed Outside?
Absolutely. All PTLevel devices are designed specifically to handle the outdoor environment. A few tips for outdoor installations: We recommend that you keep the small tubing that is exposed to the outdoors as short as possible. Protect the small ...