EMK3 Cloud

Water Ticketing

EMK3 Cloud Water Ticketing

The Water Ticketing application is a modern cloud-based solution for water ticket management, significantly improving tracking, review and invoicing efficiency.

The EMK3 Cloud Water Ticketing application features a functionality-rich mobile app for Android and IOS devices that seamlessly communicates with a web-based cloud app. Together, they coordinate in real-time both back-office personnel and drivers in the field.


Highlights - Web-Based Cloud App

  • Web based SaaS model that is totally integrated in real-time
  • Manages the full lifecycle of water ticket processing
  • Real-time work order dispatch functionality
  • Fast & easy to create and import tickets
  • Automate data import from external sources
  • Customizable Ticket validation & reconciliation
  • Automated contract cost calculations
  • Customizable alerts & notifications
  • Configurable outputs support integration with 3rd-party systems
  • Supports integration with fleet tracking & management solutions like Geotab etc.
  • Comprehensive support for various pickup & delivery points (ex: wells, pads, pits etc.), Producers, Vendors, contract rates and other relevant data
Water Ticketing
Water Ticketing

Highlights - Mobile App

  • Intuitive, easy to use mobile interface with support for Android and IOS
  • Real time driver ticket dispatch notifications
  • Synchs with web-based cloud app in real-time when connected online
  • Supports offline mode and stores data on the mobile device for later synching when online
  • Supports emailing and printing of tickets via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
  • In-App GPS for driver assistance to locations
Water Ticketing
Water Ticketing

How it Works

1 Producer company sends a work order request with instructions for a water haul to a field user (driver) from the web-based cloud app.

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2 Ticket is received by the field user in the Water Ticketing mobile app via an in-app notification.

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3 Ticket is then opened and updated on the mobile app by the field user and the completed ticket is uploaded and synchronized to the cloud app.

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4 Ticket is printed on the mobile app by the field user and a copy left at the field location.

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5 Uploaded tickets are received and reviewed in real-time by back-office personnel in the cloud app.

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6 The tickets are then validated and reconciled by back-office personnel in the cloud app.

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7 Any updates made by back-office personnel to uploaded tickets are synchronized back to the mobile app for the field user.

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8 Tickets that pass validation and reconciliation successfully are then prepared for invoicing and/or submission to external partners or Accounting systems.

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