Costs are reduced and eliminates potential points of failure by giving users better visibility over their current devices
Global provider of fuel dispensing, payment, automation, and control technologies for retail and commercial fuel service stations, Wayne Fueling Systems (“WFS”), which is part of Dover Fueling Solutions (“DFS”) has stated that there are currently more than 40,000 Wayne Fusion site automation server units installed at fuel retail network worldwide.
Systems and devices are connected together by the Fusion site automation server including point-of-sale (POS), dispensers, back office systems, electronic payment systems (EPS), price signs, and tank gauges. It allows costs to be reduced, and eliminates potential points of failure by giving users better visibility over many of their current devices with a single tool. A customer’s current fuel service station controller, automatic tank gauge (ATG) system, fuel-retail console, interface and distribution boxes, and third-party proprietary controllers can be replaced by a single Fusion automation server.
DFS General Manager – Systems Business Unit, Kurt Dillen said, “We are very pleased with the positive global response to the Fusion site automation server, and are proud to observe this exciting milestone of more than 40,000 units operating worldwide. We’re excited to continue to provide our customers with groundbreaking technology, quality products and exceptional service.”
The Fusion automation server also works impeccably with a pioneering collection of Dover Fueling Solution cloud services which include:
Wayne iSense remote monitoring, providing real-time updates on sites, status of equipment, state of sales, entirely from an innovative cloud-based solution, enabling station owners to supervise pricing, maintenance issues, and much more from practically anyplace; Industry leading wetstock analysis solutions such as the ClearView solution and Fairbanks wetstock management services that deliver Statistic Inventory Reconciliation (SIR) and real-time wetstock analysis: Head Office functionality which allowing retailers to distantly access fuel transaction and tank data; Extensions that allow for easy incorporation to a wide variety of mobile payment. PWKD11102017
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