Our global customers enjoy the ease of fully automated fuel reports and real-time tank monitoring. Save time and resources by simplifying your fuel management and reporting processes.
Easily find the total amount of fuel used by every vehicle or driver within a specific time period.
Set-up a Totals Report to be emailed with total fuel usage aggregated into simplified summaries.
Pro Reports comes with graphical displays of important data giving you quick visual access to usage trends and tank volumes.
The Virtual Tanks feature works with existing tank gauging, providing reports with clear trend graphs so you can quickly assess your tank levels and fuel usage.
Don’t have tank gauging in your tanks?
The Virtual Tanks feature will track tank levels for you by automatically debiting fills done from an associated SmartFill, adding manual deliveries and recalibrating the level when a manual dip is performed.
No hardware necessary, use our system to track fuel in your tanks.
Reconcile your actual tank levels against calculated levels with ease and schedule the report to be emailed to you every week or month.
Use your existing odometer or hourmeter refuelling data. Automate this time-consuming task and monitor fuel consumption of your fleet on a per trip or monthly basis.
Simple filters allow you to choose which vehicles/plant are included in the report.
Automate downloading your transactions using a range of export filters.
Set up which transactions you want to receive and have them automatically emailed to you daily, weekly or monthly.
|Included reports:||– Totals Reports|
– Reconciliation Reports
– Service Reports
– Transaction Reports
– Consumption Reports
– Trip Consumption Reports
|Scheduled Reports:||Any report can be scheduled to be emailed on a recurring basis.|
|Customizable Dashboard:||See data at a glance for the current month, or a month of your choice.|
|Virtual Tanks||With no hardware required, you can keep track of you tank’s current volume with the ability to add deliveries and daily manual dips to your virtual tanks and have the system subtract fuel usage recorded by transactions and inflow/outflow meters.|