Quick Fuel selects Comdata for card processing equipment

Quick Fuel selects Comdata for card processing equipment

Quick Fuel has partnered with Comdata to provide its fleet customers with Comdata’s fuel site controller, known as SmartSight, for all of its retail locations. It also added Comdata’s SmartQ radio frequency identification (RFID)-based technology to offer an extra level of speed and security to the fuel transaction process.

Comdata introduced its SmartSight equipment for unattended fueling sites last year. SmartSight processes diesel, gasoline and natural gas transactions from popular fleet, retail and proprietary fueling cards and allows fuel site owners to remain in communication with the fuel site. SmartSight provides the ability to monitor transaction data and pump controls in real time, and manage site maintenance remotely through a Web portal.

SmartSight processes fueling transactions securely as well. The card reader equipment meets industry security standards, while an integrated camera function allows site owners to view customer images as the card is swiped to identify potentially fraudulent users when necessary, the company explained.

Quick Fuel added an additional layer of security at their sites by connecting Comdata’s SmartQ product to the SmartSight devices installed at the Quick Fuel fueling locations. SmartQ uses RFID waves to read tags programmed with fuel card data and affixed in drivers’ windshields to initiate the fueling transaction. Because the tag must be in range of the SmartQ antenna, transactional accuracy is ensured and fraud risk is reduced.

SmartSight will be installed in Quick Fuel’s locations by July 1, 2014.

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