Networkfleet, Wright Express partner for Fuel Card Reporting

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Updated Apr 8, 2011

Networkfleet Inc. announced that new Fuel Card Reporting capabilities now are available through its wireless fleet management system. In addition to reporting fuel usage and miles per gallon, Networkfleet, in partnership with Wright Express, offers Fuel Card Reporting intended to give fleet managers the ability to track fuel transactions and identify unauthorized fuel purchases.

Networkfleet says Fuel Card Reporting – combined with its system’s ability to monitor MPG, speed, idle time, emissions, diagnostic trouble codes and more – gives fleet managers a new way to further control and reduce rising operating costs. “To combat the recent and predicted increases in fuel costs, we continue to offer new ways for our customers to control expenses,” says Keith Schneider, president and chief executive officer of Networkfleet. “We are happy to partner with Wright Express, as their fuel cards are the most widely used and accepted at fuel locations throughout the U.S. and Canada.”

The new Fuel Card Reporting consists of two reports: the Fuel Guard Report and the Fuel Card Transactions Report. The Fuel Guard Report lets users compare the location/time the fuel was purchased with the vehicle location/time to determine if the proper vehicle was being fueled or if there was a potential fraud event. The Fuel Card Transactions Report allows the user to see all fuel transactions during a specific period of time as well as details regarding those transactions, including location, gallons and total cost.

Networkfleet says its online fleet management system also offers a full range of reports and alerts to help fleets reduce fuel costs, including the ability to monitor the fuel economy of specific fleet vehicles, idle time reports, speed violation alerts, geofences to identify unauthorized vehicle use, routing optimization and maintenance alerts.