FuelFix & Tanks2Go  | 1 year ago

Streamline Your Fuel Management Reporting with Fuelfix FMS

A competent fuel management system can streamline data from different sources to create comprehensive analytics and automated fuel reporting. Many businesses today are enjoying the ease of fully automated reports and real-time tank monitoring with the help of the Fuelfix Fuel Management System.

So, how does Fuel Management reporting work?

The Fuelfix Fuel Management System (Fuelfix FMS) consists of a tank gauging unit, a tank authentication unit, and a controller. This system measures and tracks the fuel level in the tank, the amount of fuel dispensed and the equipment re-fuelled. The data is stored on the cloud and is instantly available providing you with access anywhere. The highlight of the Fuelfix FMS is automation – tasks that were done manually can now be done with a click of a button. You can now get reconciliation and consumption reports instantly across multiple sites and devices. So that you can focus on decision making to improve your operations, manage fuel claims and tax rebates. The reports can be easily exported from the web dashboard or emailed to you at set intervals. The dashboard is extremely easy to use, and you can easily generate and export reports in your preferred format.

Here are the different types of reports you can generate with the Fuelfix FMS.

1. Total Reports:

Give you the total amount of fuel consumed by each equipment/driver aggregated into simplified summaries.

2. Tank Level:

This feature is integrated with the existing tank gauging. Easy to understand and intuitive visuals helps you to quickly assess the amount of fuel in each tank across multiple locations. You don’t need any additional hardware. The tank level is automatically calculated by debiting fills and adding manual deliveries from an associated Fuelfix FMS. The levels are recalibrated when a manual dip is performed.

3. Reconciliation Reports:

Easily reconcile your actual tank levels against calculated levels. You can schedule the report to be emailed to you at regular intervals.

4. Consumption Reports:

Automate this time-consuming task and monitor the fuel consumption of your fleet on a per-trip or monthly basis.

5. Transaction reports:

Automate downloading your transactions using a range of export filters.

6. Custom Reports:

A simple intuitive dashboard gives you complete access to fuel data in real-time. You can easily drill down and create an instant report as per the requirement. You don’t need to bear ongoing costs for standard reporting.

The Fuelfix FMS is a web-based platform which means no need to download additional software and easy access on any device.

If you would like to know more on how you can automate reporting with the Fuelfix FMS get in touch with us at 1300 734 764, or simply fill-up the form below and one of our friendly fuel management experts will get in touch with you.

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