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Warren Rogers to Introduce Secure Cloud-based Fuel Procurement Application at the PEI Conference/NACS Show

By |September 23rd, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments


Demonstrations available at booth #4811 –

MIDDLETOWN, R.I.  — Warren Rogers, a leading provider of precision fuel monitoring to convenience stores and other fuel retailers, will introduce a secure fuel procurement application at the PEI Conference at the NACS show, October 1-4,  in booth 4811, at the Georgia World Conference Center, Atlanta, GA.  The new application provides users with a comprehensive look at fuel inventory and delivery needs for fuel sites and alerts logistics personnel and station managers to potential runouts and other issues —all in a highly secure, cloud-based environment.

The procurement application features highly intuitive, advanced forecasting analysis that relies upon historical sales data. It provides users with data concerning real-time tank levels, ullage amounts, and consumption forecasts. An automation feature also prompts carriers when a delivery is due at each of their designated sites.

“Our procurement application helps people who are responsible for procuring fuel, forecasting fuel sales, and dispatching product across many sites,” said William Jones, Warren Rogers president and CEO. “We’re getting great feedback. Customers appreciate the inventory alerts that pinpoint potential delivery risk and time to runout, dispatchers like the improved forecast times, and fuel carriers are reporting exceptional reliability.”

Jones adds, “Due to its inherent security features, our procurement application appeals to IT departments as well. Our application utilizes Warren Rogers’ Security Suite to keep carriers off VPNs and that centrally administers login credentials.”

In terms of its user interface, the procurement application has a streamlined dashboard with enhanced graphics so customers can obtain real-time data at a glance. The dashboard is easily viewed on desktop, tablet or mobile devices.

The Warren Rogers procurement application is also very scalable, so it can support organizations as they grow.  What’s more, all procurement customers receive […]

Caroline Walker of Warren Rogers Precision Fuel Management to Speak at SAS® Global Forum

By |April 13th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments

MIDDLETOWN, R.I.  — Caroline Walker, principal statistician for Warren Rogers Associates, has been invited to speak at the prominent SAS Global Forum which takes place from April 18-21 at the Venetian in Las Vegas, NV.
Walker will give an expanded presentation of her 2015 Global Forum talk on using SAS® GEOCODE and GMAP procedures to create bubble maps in SAS®.  Bubble maps are useful tools for identifying trends and visualizing the geographic proximity and intensity of events.  According to Bill Jones, president and CEO of Warren Rogers, “Caroline’s expertise in the area of bubble maps has been of great value to Warren Rogers’ customers in combatting fuel theft. Her work is impressive and we are honored that she has been invited back to speak.” 
About Caroline Walker 
Caroline has been with Warren Rogers for three years. She holds a B.S. in mathematics from MIT and an M.S. in statistics from the University of Washington. This background and knowledge as well as her SAS programming experience give her the tools she needs to tackle complex problems, find new ways to detect patterns and infer meanings, and communicate that information in ways that are useful and insightful to Warren Rogers’ customers.
About SAS Global Forum
SAS Global Forum is an annual conference that is planned and sponsored by the SAS Global Users Group. It is open to all SAS software users throughout the world. SAS Global Forum brings together the best and brightest SAS users and experts, just as it has since 1976. For more information visit www.sas.com
About Warren Rogers Associates
Founded in 1979 by Dr. Warren Rogers, Warren Rogers Associates pioneered the development of Statistical Inventory Reconciliation Analysis (SIRA) as a means of monitoring underground fuel tanks and associated lines. SIRA […]

Warren Rogers Introduces “Five Ways Every Fuel Retailer Can Boost Profitability” Video

By |December 21st, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments


MIDDLETOWN, R.I.  — Warren Rogers Associates, a leader in continuous and precision fuel management for the retail fuel industry, has launched a new website and a video featuring five ways convenience store owners and other fuel marketers can improve operational efficiency and boost profitability at their fuel sites.
The website, www.warrenrogers.com includes valuable information regarding the company’s “All Points Monitoring System” which takes a comprehensive and precise look at fuel operations — from every underground tank and fuel line, and dispenser, right to the vehicle. The site is easy to navigate and customers can learn about Warren Rogers’ real-time technology and reporting and other services such as continual reconciliation analysis (CITLDS), advanced flow diagnostics, audit technology, statistical inventory reconciliation analysis (SIRA), and more. 
In addition, the website features a new video which highlights five of the key ways Warren Rogers can help high-volume fuel site owners enhance operation efficiency and increase profits. William Jones, president and CEO of Warren Rogers Associates said, “With our comprehensive fuel management system, there are many ways we help fuel profitability. For the video, we selected five of the most common issues customers are concerned about and the specific actions we can take to address them — to ultimately make a real difference in their fuel business.” 
The five topics of the video include:

Meter drift analysis and identifying dispensers that are giving away fuel
Detecting delivery shortages and discrepancies with bills of lading volumes
Pinpointing dispenser flow rate issues
Providing timely alerts about fuel theft
Identifying equipment and dispenser problems in real-time to expedite repairs 

About Warren Rogers Associates
Founded in 1979 by Dr. Warren Rogers, Warren Rogers Associates pioneered the development of Statistical Inventory Reconciliation Analysis (SIRA) as a means of monitoring […]

Continual Reconciliation (CR) System

By |February 23rd, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments


Continual Reconciliation Analysis System from Warren Rogers Employs Patented, Real-Time Technology to Offer C-Stores Greater Level of Accuracy and Control Over Fuel Sites The system will be featured at Southeast Petro-Food Marketing Expo, Booth #1608 Middletown, RI – (February 23, 2015) Warren Rogers will feature its continuous fuel monitoring system that provides in-depth analysis, a superior level of accuracy and customized reporting, in booth 1608 at the Southeast Petro-Food Marketing Expo , March 4-5, in Myrtle Beach, North Carolina. They will demonstrate the system which employs Continual Reconciliation Analysis (CR), and real-time reporting. The Warren Rogers System is ideal for multi-site fuel retailers that sell high volumes of fuel including convenience store chains, supermarkets and hypermarkets, as well as travel centers and truck stops. The latest iteration of the Warren Rogers system features patented (US Patent 8666683) methods and equipment including an on-site processor that can detect and alert the customer to a line leak or fuel dispenser theft while a pressurized piping system is in flow. Depending on the configuration of the system, it can also be used as a control device to rapidly shut down fuel flow if such problems occur. According to the company, they developed this patented technology to provide customers with a greater level of control and enable them to act rapidly and prevent loss. According to Bill Jones, president of Warren Rogers, “There are so many factors that can affect a fuel retailer’s efficiency and profitability these days. Theft, delivery shortages, inaccurate meter calibration, equipment tampering, equipment failure, are all real concerns and our customers want to know about issues as soon as possible, not at the end of the day or at the end of the week. […]

Warren Rogers Unveils New Graphic Identity and Corporate Logo

By |January 27th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized||0 Comments


MIDDLETOWN, R.I. (JANUARY 27, 2015) — Warren Rogers Associates, a leader in continuous and precision fuel monitoring for the retail fuel industry, announced today that it will implement a new graphic identity this year, beginning with the creation of a new company logo.

“Over the past decade, we have refined and expanded our service offerings,” said William Jones, president and CEO of Warren Rogers Associates. “It is time for a new look and messaging that more clearly and effectively expresses who our company is today, along with the unique capabilities we provide.” He added, “The new graphic identity better reflects the sophistication level of our company and also gives us a stronger and more-consistent presence in both new and existing markets.”

In addition to its long-established statistical inventory reconciliation analysis (SIRA) and environmental compliance reporting services, Warren Rogers provides real-time, continuous reconciliation (CR) technology that:

• Verifies fuel inventory with every transaction and precisely audits fuel drops
• Reports how and when a loss occurs
• Pinpoints inaccurate meters
• Integrates with customers current tank monitoring technology and features customized reporting

Through its on-site processor, installed at each retail fuel location, Warren Rogers precisely diagnoses and alerts customers to problems such as calibration or flow rate issues, delivery shortages, and theft, among others — to ultimately improve overall efficiency and profitability.
According to Jones, “Our goal is to continually raise the bar in terms of continuous fuel monitoring and real-time analysis.” He said the new logo, which features a colorful bar chart and includes the descriptor, “Precision Fuel System Diagnostics,” and the tagline, “Fueling your profitability,” capture the essence of the company’s operation.

Though the legal name of the company will remain, “Warren Rogers Associates”, the logo and website url (www.warrenrogers.com) will not […]