Aryeo allows you to create and manage any number of fees. These fees can be percentage-based, flat rates, or distance/time-based, and they are assigned to one or more users in your group.

Once assigned to a user, when that user is assigned to an appointment, their corresponding fees will be applied to that order's subtotal.

Basic Metered Fee


This is based on travel distance or time for each user servicing each appointment.

  • Example: $0.50 for every mile

  • Example: $0.25 for every driving minute

Graduated Metered Fee


This can be applied based on travel distance or time for each user servicing each appointment. With this option, different tiers can be set with the quantity that falls into each tier summed.

Example: For the first 50 Miles, charge $50, Charge another $20 if over 50 Miles but below 75 Miles, and so on.

  • For the First 0 - 50 Miles = $50 Flat Fee

  • For the Next 51 - 75 Miles = $20 Flat Fee

  • For the Next 76 - 100 Miles = $30 Flat Fee

Scenario: If a user had to travel 86 miles for an appointment a fee of $100 would be applied. Why? Because the customer was charged a $50 flat fee for under 50 miles, $20 flat fee for the next 25 miles, and a $30 flat fee for the last bit of their haul to the appointment.

Volume Metered Fee


This can be applied based on travel distance or time for each user servicing each appointment. Different tiers can be set with the cost of the current tier accepted for the entire quantity. This will provide creators with the ability to create a tiered fee.

Example: For the First: 25 Miles - Charge Flat Rate, For the Next 25 Miles - Charge a Flat rate and so on. It's similar to setting up products with square foot variants.

  • For the First 0 - 50 Miles = $50 Flat Fee

  • For the Next 51 - 75 Miles = $70 Flat Fee

  • For the Next 76 - 100 Miles = $100 Flat Fee

Scenario: If a user had to travel 86 miles for an appointment a fee of $100 would be applied. Why? Because they fall into the 76 - 100 mile range so a Flat fee associated to that tier will be applied to the order.

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