eFueling Technologies has announced a strategic alliance with truckstop fuel transaction processing provider QuikQ.
This agreement introduces eFueling to the 54-billion-gallon-per-year truckstop market and expands QuikQ's product line to serve unattended terminal business opportunities. Terms of the arrangement are confidential.
eFueling has developed a line of modular, RF-capable equipment designed to accept a wider variety of cards, improve reliability and serviceability, streamline fueling operations, reduce keypad errors, and enhance security while easing billing and accounting.
QuikQ technology allows a carrier to directly interface its enterprise software system with a truckstop fuel vendor's point-of-sale system, eliminating the need for fleet fuel cards and third-party billing.
The firms are working together to serve both truckstop and terminal fleet markets with a cardless system in which the entire fueling transaction is activated, managed, and tracked through RF communication. Primary benefits of the RF-based system are streamlined user operation, reduced shrinkage, and more accurate accounting and billing.