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Maximize Your Resources With Liquid Controls’ Data Management System (DMS)

Liquid Controls is a global leader in metering solutions for every operation and application. In addition to its celebrated line of Flow Meter products, the company specializes in cutting-edge Data Management Systems (DMS) that help process and deliver metering data reliably and effectively.

The In-Cab Data Management System is a versatile mobile computing platform specially designed for residential and commercial delivers, particularly in Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) and Refined Fuels. Moreover, it comes available in several applications that each suits the unique needs of different industries.

It allows users to connect to up to three LectroCount Registers, from which they capture and store data, import customer database on their delivery vehicles, and customize prices and taxes by each customer. Users can even print fully priced and taxed tickets that capture all the transaction data to be transferred.

Liquid Controls’ efficient and secure DMS confers innumerable benefits: you can capture and analyze more data, reduce cash cycles, reduce delivery time and errors, minimize errors, manage staff time more efficiently, and increase customer satisfaction. It is the ideal way to boost performance and efficiency for both your operations and your individual clients.

Developed by one of the world’s most trusted names in innovation and service, the In-Cab DMS is a worthy investment that will offer great returns for years to come. To learn more, contact the Avanti Company at 800-284-5231 or info@avanticompany.com.

 

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