QuikQ Refining Fuel Management


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QuikQ Awarded Patent for Transaction Monitoring System

QuikQ Fuel Purchasing System capability includes method for relating fuel transaction data to fuel lane verification solutions

Franklin, Tennessee – February 11, 2015 – QuikQ, the leading provider of a cardless direct fuel connection between truck stop point-of-sale (POS) and motor carrier enterprise systems, today announced it has received a U.S. Patent for its Method And System For Managing And Monitoring Fuel Transactions.

“The QuikQ system significantly reduces the risk of fuel fraud and errors in processing fuel transactions,” said Ernie Betancourt, president of QuikQ. “What we’ve patented is the ability to associate fuel invoices with a specific truck, and relate them to pictures and video from fuel lanes to verify that only authorized vehicles are being fueled and that only authorized drivers are conducting fueling transactions. This capability greatly enhances the QuikQ Fuel Purchasing System for fleets and fuel providers.”

The QuikQ Fuel Purchasing System is an entirely new way of processing fuel transactions that saves money for truck stops and carriers. It is the only solution that manages the entire process from carrier back office to truck stop back office. With QuikQ FPS, the fleet, the truck stop and the driver use live carrier data for real-time reporting and have improved security and control over fuel transactions.

About QuikQ

A privately held software development company based in Franklin, Tennessee, QuikQ creates and develops innovative fuel transaction processing solutions for motor carriers and truck stops. Redefining the entire fueling process, the QuikQ Fuel Purchasing System (FPS) is the first fuel transaction software that is designed to manage the entire fuel transaction through real-time direct “carrier to truck stop” connectivity. QuikQ’s RFID-based fueling system is currently being installed at truck stops nationwide and is being adopted by a growing number of motor carriers. For more information, visit www.quikq.com.

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