⦁ Cumbersome loading and dispatch methods will be eliminated
⦁ The reconciliation and collections process will be automated
⦁ The duration it takes to complete transactions and process claims will be reduced

⦁ Cumbersome loading and dispatch methods will be eliminated
⦁ The reconciliation and collections process will be automated
⦁ The duration it takes to complete transactions and process claims will be reduced

DAFMIS will support PEF(M)B to fulfill its mandate of equalising the price of petroleum products and generate information on the volume of consumption and distribution in the downstream sector.

Aquila is not able to fully manage the claims process. DAFMIS will be able to calculate expected claims payouts and make the entire claims process more efficient. DAFMIS is a collaborative platform that not only provides visibility of all activities to all stakeholders but also uses sensors to generate near real-time status of products at all times.

DAFMIS will mainly introduce changes to operational processes in the Operations Department and the Customer Services Unit. However, all departments will benefit from the implementation of a Document Management System for digitizing paper based records, improved and optimized processes and upgraded IT infrastructure and other deliverables that will be implemented as part of the project.

Yes. Because DAFMIS will introduce changes to business processes and current ways of working, staff need to learn how to use new systems and familiarize themselves with new processes and procedures.

No, but job roles might change because of the new capabilities that’ll be required as a result of the DAFMIS project. New jobs might be created as well. An example is IT support roles that were created after Aquila was deployed.

Stakeholder organizations e.g. regulatory agencies, marketers, facility owners, transporters etc., will be able to access near real-time information pertaining to their mandate, operations and business from DAFMIS.

DAFMIS will help eliminate waste, minimize losses and ensure maximum return is realized on investments.

⦁ There is no cost to Marketers and Transporters whose trucks participate in the first phase of the project. Costs for participating in subsequent phases (and replacing parts due to damage, vandalization or other reasons) will be identified and communicated in due course.

DAFMIS will not track product quantities dispensed at outlets. It will only ensure that products loaded at depots are delivered to approved outlets.

Tracking ends when the product is discharged at the outlets.

The sensors will keep collecting data and will transmit when the truck gets to a location where the network is better.

The additional automation introduced by DAFMIS will reduce required paperwork and decrease the time it takes to load and dispatch trucks. This will reduce the congestion at depots.

No. DAFMIS will ensure shore quantities reported to PEF(M)B are accurate. Daily stock reports will be automated for reconciliation purposes.

No. DAFMIS will not be used to monitor loading and receiving meters.

We are not sure at this time. The use of RFID tags going forward is currently being reviewed and if there is a role for them, they will still be used.

No they will not be eliminated.

The proposed Business Application will simplify the claims process and remove bottlenecks currently being experienced e.g. delays due to errors in hand-written forms. The payments will be processed in shortest amount of time.

This will be done with a combination of manual and automated means. The automated means will involve the business application making direct API calls to the systems of stakeholders that issued the documents e.g. DPR, CAC, FRSC.

This is under consideration and more details will be provided in due course.