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April 2019

Industry News

Insite360 Introduces Insite360 HALO Fuel Logistics Solution

February 1, 2019– Houston, TX – Insite360, a leading global provider of fuel logistics software, announces the launch of Insite360 HALO, a complete rack-to-cash fuel buying, distribution and reconciliation solution. HALO enables fuel buyers to remotely monit

Keeping Your Store Infrastructure Safe

Your convenience store has likely become increasingly connected over the past five years as more of the devices on site require or desire internet connectivity. Did you know that 71% of cyber-attacks happen to small businesses with under 100 employees?

2018 Top 10

2018 Top 10 Convenience Store Fuel Tank Alarms

Underground fuel storage (UST) monitoring is a critical part of fueling operations for both commercial fueling and retail fuel operations. The creation and monitoring of tank and fuel sump alarms is critical to ensuring environmental safety and EPA regulation compliance. As a leader in both tank gauge technology and alarm monitoring, InSite360 leverages both Veeder-Root ATG and FuelQuest experience to ensure fuel storage tank alarms are quickly resolved. The monitoring of gasoline, diesel and kerosene fuels helps fuel wholesalers and retailers improve their business.

Insite360 Introduces DASH at NACS 2018

September 25, 2018 – Houston, TX – Insite360, the leading provider of fueling logistics and site management equipment software, announces the launch of Insite360 DASH.  This innovative solutions provides at a glance operations performance information for fue

Richard Browne joins Insite360 leadership team

Richard Browne has joined Insite360 business as Growth and Business Development Leader. A fuel and c-store veteran and contributor to multiple trade groups, Browne will support Insite360’s continued growth.

The 5 most common sources of fuel loss

There are five primary sources of real fuel loss, and without the right measures in place to identify and prevent them, your business could be losing money without even knowing it. For starters, what are the five biggest sources of real, physical fuel loss?