UT’s efforts around supply chain management and logistics programs have led to high ranking by Supply Chain Management Review, AMR Research, U.S. News & World Report and Supply Chain Digital. UT offers undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. supply chain management programs and provides executive education, industry forums, research initiatives, custom programs, global partnerships and corporate audits.

Like life in the Western frontier, bringing order requires visibility into conditions that can affect fuel retail success, the ability to impose a set of rules that achieve business goals, and ultimately a strong measure of determination as every day presents a new set of challenges. For fuel retailers to gain better control over their part of a volatile supply chain, it means real-time fuel management software and services. This approach gives businesses the ability to anticipate business-impacting problems and take remediating actions before they become expensive ones. In fact, automation can enable businesses to turn volatility into a competitive advantage in the market.

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