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P&C Services introduces Lumix reporting system

John Wood ·

P&C Services has introduced a new software system designed to enable users of Iridium and Prism the opportunity to future proof their existing software.

The new Lumix reporting system is designed for single or multiple store operators, and P&C says it transforms store data to a single database, allowing users to view group data via an interactive and easy to use platform.

The Lumix reporting system provides users with access to their whole business on their phone, laptop or PC, allowing easy viewing of what’s working and what isn’t. As well as being able to track trends users can receive timely information and alerts.

P&C Services managing director Richard Quarmby commented: “We are proud to bring this exciting new product to the UK fuel and convenience market. As an Oracle Gold Partner, we saw a gap in the market where our customers were missing out on the opportunity to extend the life of their Iridium and Prism software. Lumix gives convenience store owners the chance to extend the life of their existing software with minimal cost and no disruption.”

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Weekly retail fuel prices: 11 September 2017
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East120.35129.00119.55
East Midlands119.86129.58119.29
London120.5258.90130.58119.82
North East119.7959.90131.08119.43
North West120.04128.44119.52
Northern Ireland118.8763.50127.23118.22
Scotland119.94128.65119.20
South East120.54130.10119.82
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Wales119.9059.90126.65119.23
West Midlands120.09129.80119.48
Yorkshire & Humber119.69130.32119.35

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