Dearybury Fleet Card Program

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Dearybury Oil & Gas Fleet Card
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Overview
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Dearybury Oil & Gas, Inc
Partnerships
MasterCard Program
Controls and Security
Reporting & Account Management
Integration
Who We Are
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1948-1959
Dearybury Oil and Gas started its business by Charles William Dearybury Sr. (CW) by selling
bags of coal direct from train containers to customers for home heating.
Time and Technology progressed and people chose to heat with fuel rather than coal. To
meet customer’s demand CW went into the oil business and purchased the company’s first
used oil truck for $300. CW then entered into a contract with EXXON and began supplying
fuel.
Dearybury Oil and Gas bought its first gas station in Cowpens, SC. An enticement for
customers to buy his gas CW and his father would give away dining room place settings for
filling up
1960-1969
Dearybury Oil and Gas prospered by providing its customers with low prices, quality
products, and dependable service.
Dearybury Oil and Gas became a member of Associated Petroleum Carriers allowing
Dearybury Oil and Gas to haul its own product to service stations and bulk plants.
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1970-1979
Dearybury Oil and Gas entered into the wholesale gasoline, kerosene, and fuel oil business.
During that time the Arab oil embargo and the fall of the Shah in Iran made oil scarce.
Dearybury Oil and Gas proved to be a reliable supplier of petroleum products to our
customers during a very tough time.
1980-1989
Dearybury Oil and Gas entered into the wholesale propane business allowing our customers
to have a one stop shop
Dearybury Oil and Gas continued to grow partnering with key suppliers and acquiring new
customers.
Expanded business throughout the southeast to include Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, and
North Carolina.
1990-1999
Dearybury Oil and Gas Expanded its fleet to 15 trucks allowing us to continue to provide on
demand service for all customers
Charles William Dearybury Jr. took over the Company as President and CEO beginning the 2nd
generation of Dearybury Oil.
Under the helm of CW Jr. the company tripled its growth throughout the 90’s
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2000-2010
Dearybury Oil and Gas was one of a few suppliers to have product during the hurricanes Ivan
and Katrina
Dearybury Oil and Gas opened a new office in Wilmington, NC expanding our footprint to
cover the states of North Carolina, Virginia, and Eastern Tennessee
Dearybury Oil and Gas opened a new Office in Augusta, GA allowing us to better service our
customers in western South Carolina, and Georgia
Dearybury Oil and Gas opened a new office in Sumter, SC with the focus to build a better
base of customers in the middle and Southern parts of the State.
2011-The Tradition Continues
Partnership
 Dearybury Oil & Gas has an exclusive co-branded relationship with
Comdata fleet card program which is backed by MasterCard.
 Comdata is a well respected and fully integrated fleet card provider.
 Dearybury Oil & Gas represent the frontline for your Fleet Card
solutions.
MasterCard Program
CARD ACCEPTANCE
 Better rural coverage and merchant relations because:
Merchant fees are about half of the competitor's proprietary card.
Most widely accepted business‐to‐business card worldwide.
Card is universally accepted for all fuel products, enhancing the customer's ability to purchase
alternative fuels, such as E85 and Bio‐diesel.
Card is widely accepted at Marina and Aviation locations thus no need for carrying multiple cards.
Card is accepted in Canada and Mexico, thus precluding the need for dual
cards or programs.
MAINTENANCE PURCHASES
 Card is widely accepted at maintenance and non‐fuel locations and may be used for all fleet related
purchases such as car washes, oil changes, tires, auto parts and service merchants, etc.
 Software has the ability to pass data from maintenance locations for comprehensive reporting of
service, parts and labor provided.
MasterCard Program
ACCOUNT AND DATA MANAGEMENT TOOLS
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Smart Buy‐‐ an online tool showing the least expensive retail and wholesale pricing, in
real‐time, across the state and the country
Ability to view transactions and authorizations in real‐time without having to wait 48‐72
hours for a transaction to post, and immediately determine if a driver enters the wrong PIN
number, swipes the card incorrectly, has exceeded limits, etc.
Comprehensive data capture and reporting for both vehicle cards and driver cards
Can interface with mobile re‐fuelers to capture data from fueling at remote locations
Technical services support provided to "map" transaction data directly into fleet
management software
Ability to assign General Ledger coding to transactions and map the corresponding data to
the agency's financial system
Controls and Security
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PIN & Odometer Prompting
Prompting performed at point of sale
Pay‐at‐the pump terminals or inside electronic transactions will not authorize without a
valid Drive ID/PIN#
Odometer readings at the pump or inside the store can be used to track and calculate
miles driven and miles per gallon on our web‐based reports
Level 3 Fuel Data Capture
Provides specific purchase information such as item description, quantity, price and sales tax
information, combined with detailed merchant establishment information and cardholder
information.
Controls and Security
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CONTROLS
Cards can be reassigned/moved without having to reissue plastic
Pre‐determined controls/purchase profiles may be assigned to a single card or an entire fleet
Controls allow for a one‐time override with automatic reset to previous levels
Both soft‐limits and hard‐limits may be applied on the same card
Card Level Controls
Software system allows card level controls that allow the customer to manage the purchase
habits for each user and/or vehicle. The options for card control are virtually limitless.
Customers can restrict (by individual card, company standard (grouping), CUST ID or
account) the following:
Purchases to fuel locations only
Fuel and maintenance locations
Merchant Category Code restrictions
Purchase amounts
Purchasing times (off‐hours, days, weekends)
Velocity (number of transactions per day, per week, per cycle, etc.)
Reporting & Account Management
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Customized restrictions on a Card-by-Card basis
Restrict card to pay at pump only
Limit number of transactions per day, week, or month
Block weekend or after hour purchases, etc.
Real Time Account Access
View Transactions Online, Check Account Balances, View Invoices, etc.
Update PIN numbers
Apply/Change purchasing restrictions, exceptions, etc.
Block cards, Order new cards
Online Reports to Track Account Activity
Help Fleet managers control fuel expenses and ensure that company fuel polices are being
followed
Reporting and Account Management
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Administrative Report
Account Spend by Month
Account Spend Analysis
Analytic – GL Code File
Analytic – Product Detail File
Analytic – Summary File
Card Listing Report
Customer ID Group Summary
Exception Listing
ID Report
Reporting & Account Management
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Fleet
Analytic – Fuel File
Cardholder Activity – Fleet
Cardholder ID Report
Fuel Purchase Summary by Customer ID
Fuel Purchase Summary by POS
Fuel Purchase Summary by POS & Customer ID
Fuel Purchase Summary by Vehicle
MPG Report
Vehicle Listing
Vehicle Report
Benefits
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Real Time Data Reporting
No Monthly Card Fees
24 Hour Customer Service at no Fee
Online Account Maintenance no Fee
Integration and Implementation
Underwriting
•1 week
Setup
•1 Week
Issue Cards
•1 Week
Questions
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Thank you for your time!

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