Let’s see how to create and cover a booking.
First, from the list of bookings, insert a new one.
Indicate the customer and the number of passengers expected.
Set the points of the route with the respective dates.
If the booking falls within of one of your rate tables entered in Sengerio, this will be automatically applied.
You can still access the prices tab to change them if necessary.
For example, enter the expense for parking, and Sengerio will automatically update all the totals.
It is a good idea to save the work done so far, you can modify whatever information later.
Proceed to cover this booking. To do so, Sengerio provides you with 3 ways and you can always choose the one that best suits your needs.
If, for example, you want to assign your resources directly to a booking, access hire duties.
Use the vehicle icon, and select one of those that Sengerio found available.
Likewise, use the person’s icon, and choose the driver.
If you need a broader overview to organize hire duties, use the Agenda and assign the resources as before, using the same icons.
As a third option, to see at a glance how your resources are currently organized and optimize them better, you can take advantage of the graphic view of the driver or vehicle scheduler.
In the scheduler, the commitments are represented by segments of length proportional to the duration.
In all cases, inside the booking you will have an intuitive overview of the assigned resources at your disposal.
Enter the route and dates of a second service, and define the beginning and end of the shifts.
In this way, you get the flexibility to cover each one with different resources.
Perfect. Now it’s your turn, create your bookings and cover the hire duties!