The 2011 NACS Show in Chicago served as the perfect venue for the introduction of two new products from Petrosoft, the leader in internet-based solutions for the retail petroleum industry.
Fuel-Central™, a 100% internet-based fuel distribution management system and i99, the first product of Petrosoft’s new partnership with Intuit, joined C-Store Office to round out Petrosoft’s offering of gas station software and retail management tools.
“We got a fantastic response to our new offerings, both in the Cool New Products area and at our booth on the show floor,” said Petrosoft CEO Sergei Gorlov. “Fuel-Central and i99 will extend our reach into new segments of the market and help us create a whole suite of tools that boost productivity and profits in the retail petroleum marketplace.”
Internet-based Fuel Central has the ability to schedule deliveries weeks in advance and employs sophisticated inventory control software to optimize dealer inventory levels. It makes use of EDI to allow for electronic communication between jobbers and the oil companies, and between jobbers and their dealers as well. Fuel-Central can work with the full C-Store Office back office system, or with i99 and i49, two new Petrosoft interfaces that allow electronic communication between dealers and Fuel-Central jobber software.
Along with the excellent inventory control software and back office accounting features of C-Store Office, the industry will now have a fast, flexible fuel distribution system that uses internet technology to boost performance and cut operating costs significantly.
The other new product introduced at NACS was i99 C-Store Office. The first result of Petrosoft’s new collaboration with the Intuit Marketplace, i99 allows retailers to send data from any cash register directly into their QuickBooks® online account. They can access i99 directly from a QuickBooks Online account, anywhere, without additional log-ins required, eliminating time-consuming manual data entry and errors.
With i99, retailers can access vital store information from wherever they are through an internet connection. They can view sales information, fuel, grocery, taxable and non-taxable items along with transaction detail.
All this information is readily available in i99 and QuickBooks Online and can be exported to Microsoft Excel, Access and other common database formats.