Warren Rogers, a provider of precision fuel monitoring to convenience stores and other fuel retailers, introduced the latest version of its secure fuelWRAp application, the company announced.
The fuelWRAp fuel management system uses real-time data and the flexibility and smart analytics of the cloud to help fuel retailers continuously track every drop of fuel inventory — to sites, tanks, through fuel lines and to meters — even at the most complex, high-throughput sites.
This edition features a new, intuitive user dashboard, simplified menu, detailed diagnostics, insightful performance metrics and exception-based reporting supported by analyst teams directly assigned to each client.
Using fuelWRAp, travel center and conventional convenience store support staff can minimize their time spent identifying and addressing issues such as dormant or down fueling positions, water in tank, active tank gauge alarms, meters out-of-variance, failed tank, sensor and line testing, low inventory levels, lost communications, slowing fuel flow trends and other abnormalities.
FuelWRAp automates reporting of store equipment-related issues and provides critical information, 24/7, 365 days a year.
Users may view their forecourt diagnostics across their enterprise on a consolidated and centralized online platform enabled for desktop, mobile and tablet. FuelWRAp will continue to provide customized auditing and operational reports along with the compliance documentation required to meet state and federal regulations.
“Customers turn to us for CITLDs, statistical inventory reconciliation analysis, (SIR) and more,” said William Jones, Warren Rogers president and CEO. “Our experts analyze customer data, look for anomalies and alert them to potential problems as soon as they occur. We report delivery shortages, theft, inaccurate meter calibration and poor flow rates so the operator can minimize loss and maximize profits.
“We’re getting great feedback. Customers appreciate our timely and precise insights so they can take the most cost-effective action possible to eliminate the condition in their forecourt or underground tank systems. Due to its inherent security features, our applications appeal to IT departments as well. Our application utilizes Warren Rogers’ Security Suite which allows for reduced IT overhead and keeps third parties off customer VPNs.”
Founded in 1979 by Dr. Warren Rogers, Warren Rogers Associates pioneered the development of statistical inventory reconciliation analysis (SIRA) and continual reconciliation for monitoring underground fuel tanks and associated lines. Today, Warren Rogers specializes in statistical analysis and precision fuel system diagnostics for the retail petroleum industry. Every month, Warren Rogers monitors more than 200,000 dispensing points and more than 1.5 billion gallons in fuel throughput.
The company’s recent initiatives include the development of KPI measures of the financial impact of tank system maintenance activities and advanced delivery audit. Warren Rogers holds numerous U.S., European and Canadian patents for these applications.