Hear my story of how the idea of PumpTrakr came about and dealing with all the frustrations with irrigating my crop, and how this intuitive app limits issues and communication errors.
Problems like, “Hey, did Joe fill the tank on field 80c?” Or, “Did John switch runs from west to east on the lost 40?”
Even the “Man, I can’t remember what hole size to punch on this poly pipe going south and how many tees or elbows that I needed there.”
You can even keep some notes per pump with the part numbers of the oil filters or fan belts, for when one shows up on the app from someone logging it needed those things they can be picked up to save those trips to parts stores.
Even the fuel vendors for propane and diesel can have access to your headquarters if you want to share with them. They can easily go straight to your wells that need fuel with the Google Map function with no issues of, “hey, where was that well on Schrader south??
All of this in the palm of your hand and with anyone you give permission to utilize.
If this sounds like your operation, you’re not alone because this is exactly where we were last year at this time, looking for an easier way to keep track of all these things.