FuelCloud, Inc. launched FuelCloud Truck System, a fuel delivery system designed to speed and simplify fleet fueling, and make it more affordable for jobbers. Built on cloud-based technology, the FuelCloud Truck System supports accurate fleet fueling without on-truck hardware or manual delivery reconciliation, the company says.
The core of the FuelCloud truck system is a software integration of FuelCloud’s transaction tracking technology with the Liquid Controls LCR-series registers – LCR-II, LCR 600, and LCR.iQ – already installed on jobber’s tank wagons, the tech vendor says in a May 10 announcement. This integration allows delivery drivers to use the FuelCloud mobile app to deliver fuel and record delivery volumes in real-time on FuelCloud’s cloud-based dashboard. From the dashboard, office staff can monitor fuel delivery and create customer invoices using FuelCloud’s automated reporting tools, which reduce the time typically required for reporting and billing, the vendor says.
The cloud-based infrastructure allows for regular updates that improve system performance at no extra cost. Furthermore, the Truck System requires less hardware than traditional fuel delivery systems: customers don’t need a proprietary driver handheld, extensive on-truck hardware, or local servers at their office, the vendor says. As a result, Truck System customers can save up to 65% compared to traditional fuel delivery system options, according to the vendor. For more information about the FuelCloud Truck System, visit https://fuelcloud.com/truck-system. Watch a video about the Truck System here: https://vimeo.com/539875779