Management and control software for petrol stations and technological objects
M Control manages an extensive data and makes a central database, that uses a unique concentration of all datas to optimalize and manage a operation.
Basic characteristic of M CONTROL
M Control software operates on the basis of SaaS (software as a service). Applications are not bought and not installed, everything works on the Web browser. All of the software modules are enable to share data and documents between each other. Communication is from the application via email, SMS,.ics, pst, and other formats. Electronic form of document (txt, doc, pdf, scans, photos, etc.) make saving and sorting into electronic folders easier.
Modules of M Control you can start to use anytime and anywhere, it is compatible with major desktop browsers and mobile platforms. Tablets and smartphones are suitable for taking photos (photos, scans) or as an organizer for the evaluating forms or To do list.
software M Control includes these modules:
Common to all other modules, includes mainly administrative transactions. Includes a complete database of all stations, contacts, people, organizations, processes.
A complete supervising system, that provides an instant overview of the status of stations including online events that occur at stations. All functionalities are integrated into the map with an overview of stations according to their status, click on the station then provides a detailed look at the events. The module operates on the principle of “events” (tickets, events) that are shared and used in other modules.
Connection of the system to measuring equipment provides the highest accuracy in controlling and prevention of fuel losses. Online checking differences in supply or dispensing. By monitoring and analytical functions it is possible to trace an irregularity and revealed the culprit. SMART forecast of fuel demand allows to optimize the operation and costs of the station
Service of stations
Service dispatching can be shared with individual suppliers (if they do not have a service managing system), or it is possible to share an individual “events” (events, tickets) with service managing systems of suppliers. System allows to manage the entire defect solving process and thereby control the time, costs and quality of suppliers repairs. Matching events with the equipment allows to monitor the frequency of failures and costs of service for individual parts or key equipments, system monitors also the purchase, a guarantee period and the equipment age. The same principle is used to create the plan of revisions and afterwards control of their performance.
As a new there is also the constantly updated list of obligations arising from law amendments and regulations.
This module enables a simple creation of budgets for repairs and revisions and has in view their development (projection) and performance. The module can create investment plans from service events, records taken by inspectors, from technological inspections or audits and afterwards lead them through the approval process and monitor their performance.
This module allows to plan and control the work of technicians and inspectors. By the continuous evaluation of selected indicators it is possible to manage a quality of stations from the customer perspective – cleanness, technical condition.
History of M Control
Firstly, system came into operation in 2002 as a basic monitoring system for petrol stations and also as a system for controlling the amount of fuel and logistics.
2nd generation in 2004 brought DEI (Data Exchange Interface) – the data sharing with other systems (SAP, Tamaz, OCTOPOS), service of stations management, controlling.
3rd generation of system in 2008 introduced a multiplatform Web client.
4th generation in 2010 enabled the controlling of stations distantly –
the first public automated petrol station Eurooil in the Czech market.
5th generation in 2012 has introduced a DATA STORE – digitization of documents and sharing across modules and systems.
6th generation developed in 2016 has being launched actually.