RCC employee retires after more than 40 years

October 7, 2020 By    

Rick Marr, who worked in fuel support at Rural Computer Consultants (RCC), retired after more than 40 years in the industry.

Marr joined RCC in 2014 when it acquired software company Data Control Corp. (DCC). DCC was founded in 1981 by Marr’s mother, and he worked at the family-owned and -operated company for decades prior to the acquisition.

Marr worked in RCC’s fuel support sector to assist customers, particularly helping those from DCC transition to RCC.

“When I was looking forward to an ultimate retirement, I wanted to be sure that the DCC customers had an excellent way to move onto the next stage of their business operations,” Marr says. “Rural Computer Consultants fit the bill. I felt – and still feel – very comfortable that the RCC team treats their customers as family. Who could ask for more?”

RCC offers a full range of products designed to maximize efficiency for fuel delivery companies. Its software suite includes the Fuel Distribution System, which is now customizable with more than 20 modules available, such as accounts payable, inventory, payroll, mapping and more. The company also offers Mobile Office on the Go as a mobile workstation for drivers and service technicians on the road.

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Carly Bemer (McFadden) was the managing editor at LP Gas magazine.

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