Whether you're looking to simply view your inventory or you want to control any variances and reduce losses, SmartLink Fuel Inventory Manager offers two levels of service to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of inventory planning and operational processes at one or multiple sites. Supervisor View lets you see all your tanks and fuel level. Inventory View delivers the data to help you eliminate runouts and retains.
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SmartLink Fuel Inventory Manager delivers the tools and visibility to assist fuel distributors and retailers in managing fuel inventories by connecting most standard serial and Ethernet Tank Gauges via IP to a centralized cloud-based software portal. Because SmartLink Fuel Inventory Manager is powered by FuelQuest, you’ll benefit from the economies of scale that come with a company that helps manage more than 19 billion gallons of gasoline and diesel fuel a year. And because our Fuel Inventory Manager is managed by Heartland SmartLink network professionals, you'll get the same 24/7 expert service petroleum professionals like you have come to appreciate and rely on from our US-based help desk.
Inclement weather, shifting consumer demand, poor traffic conditions and other uncontrollable factors can wreak havoc upon perfectly good replenishment plans. With Fuel Inventory Manager SV, you can benefit from real-time visibility into your tank gauge and fuel management operations to ensure the accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness of replenishment plans long after they’ve been executed and orders have been placed. Designed to complement other fuel operations systems, such as fuel management, ERP, order management and dispatching applications, Fuel Inventory Manager SV allows you to enhance and improve your inventory planning and operations.
With Fuel Inventory Manager IC, you’ll get all of the benefits of SV — allowing you to view the amount of fuel you have in inventory — as well as the added advantage of being able to connect your tank gauge and POS to see how much fuel was delivered, how much was consumed post-delivery plus any variances. Fuel Inventory Manager IC Fuel Inventory Manager points out any differences in fuel inventory that may be attributed to theft, fraud or leakage, as well as delivery, equipment or operational errors. While many systems track inventory, sales and deliveries, reconciling this information to ensure that all fuel is accounted for is a tenuous task that is rarely, if ever, performed.
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