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Implico's cloud solution for DCC gas stations reaches 1bn litre mark

Software company Implico celebrates that its iGOS cloud solution for DCC's gas station network in France has successfully processed 1 billion litres of fuel.



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After Irish company DCC took over the former Esso gas station network in France, it partnered with Implico to implement a new IT solution for the business which migrated most of the processes and software to the cloud.

Since then, 400 gas stations have been replenished entirely automatically via iGOS (Implico Global Operation Services) – everything from forecasting for a reliable resupply to the complete order-to-cash cycle. Each day, around five million liters of fuel flow virtually through the downstream cloud.

 “With this software-as-a-service model, we achieve down-to-earth total cost of ownership, providing a flexible platform for growth,” said Peter Quinn, CIO of DCC. “This is a viable concept to win in a tough competitive environment.”

Michael Martens, Managing Partner at Implico, commented on cloud solution: “Today, data has to be accessible at any time, from anywhere, and it must be able to automatically connect with people and systems all over the world,” explained Michael Martens, Managing Partner at Implico.

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