Watson General Corp.: The company said Tuesday...
Watson General Corp.: The company said Tuesday it has received an order from Schlumberger Technologies for computer programs to monitor fuel levels and inventories. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Watson, based in Irvine, makes programs that allow gas station managers to check their measuring instruments by telephone. The programs will be used initially at service stations run by Chicago-based Amoco Corp., which buys equipment from Schlumberger, Watson officials said.
Schlumberger Technologies, based in Chesapeake, Va., provides petroleum products to major oil companies and independent petroleum marketers in the United States, Canada and Mexico.