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Seamless Data Management With Toptech’s TMS6

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Time and again, Toptech Systems has proven to be a pioneer in terminal management systems and comprehensive analytics, never ceasing to push the envelope of technology and innovation. The TMS6v is the latest in a long line of acclaimed solutions for computing and managing sensitive data – and saving considerable time and revenue along the way.

TMS6v is engineered to provide the most efficient loading process and most extensive analytics in the industry. Offering untold versatility through its cutting-edge virtual computing, it is ideal for a wide variety of terminal applications, including gasoline, light petroleum, LPG, chemical, fertilizer and asphalt sites.

Based on numerous case studies and tests, TMS6v delivers 50 percent reduction in scheduled downtime for routine upgrades, 75 percent reduction in hardware qualification time, and 25 percent improvement in overall performance. Capable of handling any terminal configuration, from manual loading racks to a multitude of electronic controls, it can also support unlimited number of drivers, carriers, and customers, making it well suited to bespoke operations.

Depending on the deployment option you choose, TMS6v’s disaster recovery feature can reduce outage exposure by as much as 90 percent. And by monitoring ESD status, grounding systems, overfill systems, and stow switches, this terminal management system can dramatically improve safety.

With its ease of upgrades, flexible deployment options, and plethora of cost saving features, Toptech’s TMS6v should be part of any modern terminal operation. To learn more about this and other Flow Meter Products and solutions, contact the Avanti Company at 800-284-5231 or info@avanticompany.com.

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