Real-time data at your fingertips

As we continuously track every drop of fuel and monitor every line and dispenser at your c-store or retail fuel site, we’re collecting and analyzing an infinite amount of data. And we know there’s more than one person at your company that needs to look at all this data and act upon it — sometimes immediately. So it’s our goal to get the information to you quickly and efficiently. That’s why we provide customized reports that get relevant and vital information into the hands of everyone involved with the fuel aspect of your business. And we get it to them where, when and how they want it.

fuel management

Whether it relates to precision fuels management and compliance, supply and fuel accounting, or operations and facilities management, these data-rich reports provide meaningful, actionable information, to keep your sites working with greater efficiency and maximum profitability.

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Our on-demand data via a secure customer portal
provides a comprehensive view of your site and includes:

  • Variance reports
  • Tank activity
  • Sales by hour
  • Dispenser down summary
  • Probe out summary
  • Delivery reports
  • Unexplained removals

Daily and weekly reports are also available.

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Environmental Compliance Is Easier Through Your ATG and our OSP
As experts in leak detection and environmental compliance, we compile data concerning fuel tank inventory, leak detection, and equipment operating conditions from your automatic tank gauge (ATG) via our on-site processor (OSP). Provided monthly, this report supports your role in fulfilling EPA compliance and regulation requirements. In addition, for every site we monitor through our proprietary continual reconciliation method, compliance status is captured in our on-demand system, in real-time and can be viewed online anytime.

If you have a new site about to go up, or an existing fuel monitoring system that needs upgrading, download “5 things every fuel retailer should know” before implementing a fuel monitoring system.”

5 things every fuel retailer should know