FuelQuest's Fuel Management System (FMS) is now Certified for SAP NetWeaver
FuelQuest, the leading on-demand software and services company for the fuel industry, announced today that its Fuel Management System (FMS) solution is now Certified for SAP NetWeaver."This prestigious partner certification with the SAP NetWeaver platform provides new and existing FuelQuest customers an increase in support and upgrades, and gives them the ability to further leverage their investment in the SAP platform," said Kirt Scott, CTO of FuelQuest. "The new certified interface allows enterprise customers to seamlessly process transactions between these two industry-leading platforms.""Global events, natural disasters and price volatility over the past year have proven that fuel should be managed as a mission critical business component," says Jim Kiser Sr. VP of FuelQuest. "This certification provides SAP customers in Retail, Transportation, Distribution, Energy and other industries using large volumes of fuel a specialized solution that integrates with SAP for security of business execution."With the new FMS interface in place, FuelQuest customers can further standardize fuel management best practices, speed collaboration and optimize business process flow without requiring additional development. Combined with FuelQuest's deep industry expertise, this market leading tandem delivers unparalleled execution capabilities for enterprise customers in all sectors.About FuelQuest
FuelQuest provides on-demand, web-based supply chain management and tax automation technologies for suppliers, distributors, buyers, and traders of petroleum products and other energy commodities. FuelQuest solutions deliver operational and financial value to over 750 customers. These customers include leading global oil companies, international retailers, shippers, and government entities. FuelQuest solutions help customers manage the complexity, regulation, and market volatility of billions of gallons of gasoline and diesel fuel annually. ZyTax solutions process tens of billions of dollars of motor fuels excise taxes per year.