ATLANTA, GA - Fuelman, one of the pioneers of fuel management solutions which help businesses control fuel and maintenance expenses, today announced that fleet managers and drivers carrying iPhones will now have easy access to the Fuelman Site Locator while on the road. With a new Fuelman Site Locator Application (app), available for download through the iTunes App Store, drivers can conveniently find Fuelman accepting sites.
The app, which is free to download, gives fleet managers and drivers the convenience of being able to wirelessly search for fueling locations based on the services offered including everything from convenience stores, ATM machines and showers, to specific fuel type or services such as high-speed pumps and 18-wheel access. In addition, the app conveniently uses the iPhone's current location to identify the nearest accepting sites, as well as present maps and driving directions.
"Smartphones are becoming more and more valuable to fleet managers and drivers every day, and not just for safety reasons, but for convenience and efficiency as well," says Pamela Bartz, vice-president of marketing for Fuelman. "The Fuelman Site Locator App was designed as a one-stop-online-shop, saving drivers valuable drive time and fleet managers, valuable money."
For mobile convenience, iPhone users can download the app for free through the iTunes App Store while fleet managers and drivers without an iPhone can also access the site locator at www.fuelman.com.
Fuelman helps thousands of businesses and government entities reduce their fuel expenses, and conveniently purchases fuel and maintenance services at 63,000 name brand locations nationwide. Designed specifically for business fueling, Fuelman cards can be restricted to purchasing predetermined items only and with customized spending limits. In addition to tracking and accounting for all expenses with detailed transaction history, Fuelman stops unwanted purchases that are difficult to control with cash, traditional oil cards, and credit cards.
SOURCE FleetCor Technologies, Inc.
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