Atos Origin, an international IT services company, has launched fuelGenie – the first business fuel card exclusively for use at multiple supermarket forecourts in the UK.
Accepted at around 1,000 Morrisons and Tesco forecourts, fuelGenie provides an easy way for businesses of all sizes to pay less for fuel. It will help them to reduce costs in today’s tough economic climate. Atos Origin has designed, built and will run fuelGenie, including the application process for new cards, credit checking, card despatch, invoice and customer service.
“At Morrisons, we are delighted to be backing the new fuelGenie card, which offers an even more convenient service for business drivers,” said Ahmed Mulla, forecourt operations manager at Morrisons. “Supermarket fuel has always represented value for money and now with fuelGenie, our customers will have even more choice when it comes to refuelling.”
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