MILWAUKEE — Quick Fuel selected PriceAdvantage fuel pricing software for its 55 automated fueling stations.
Quick Fuel, a division of Milwaukee-based Jacobus Energy, operates automated fueling stations along major highways and trucking routes in the Midwest and southern United States. The company selected PriceAdvantage's technology platform in order to realize back-office efficiencies, reduce redundancies and eliminate human error.
“After a quick trial at four locations, we knew that the PriceAdvantage software and team were the right choice. We are confident that the software will help us eliminate manual processes and errors — and will ultimately help us increase profits,” said Josh Tippin, director of automated fueling stations for Quick Fuel.
Quick Fuel's automated stations are designed to allow customers to drive in, fuel a large tractor and get back on the road in eight minutes or less.
"Quick Fuel is all about speed; the speed at which their customers can fill their tanks and the speed with which they can pay. PriceAdvantage will provide the Quick Fuel pricing team even more speed, accuracy and ease when establishing and posting new fuel prices — allowing them to keep their focus on customer service and delivery times,” said Chip Stadjuhar, president and CEO of Skyline Products Inc.
PriceAdvantage is a division of Skyline Products. Its convenience store clients include CST Brands Inc., Rutter's Farm Stores, Flyers Energy LLC and The Parker Cos.