At the event, Jaama found that numerous commercial vehicle operators said they continue to manage vehicles, drivers and workshops via either outdated software systems or spreadsheets.
However, operators acknowledge that they must replace such management systems with software solutions to improve vehicle operating efficiency and effectiveness, maximise compliance and manage the driver CPC, vehicle defect reporting and Operator Licence regulations.
Jaama, an Associate member of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) and a partner to the Freight Transport Association’s Van Excellence scheme, added that it is firmly focused on helping fleets achieve compliance best practice through implementation of its Key2 software. The solution is also focused on cost management, with online flexibility, touch screen technology, single-source in depth management reporting and across-department integration and accessibility.
Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: “We received Key2 inquiries at the show from operators managing several thousand vehicles to those running only a handful. However, the common theme among them all was that they wanted to modernise the methods they currently used.
“Some transport managers continue to use spreadsheets, while others use outdated software systems that have been updated with a variety of bolt-on solutions to the point where they are no longer fit for purpose.”
Evans concluded: “The Commercial Vehicle Show was hugely successful for Jaama in terms of business leads generated and we are confident that many of the transport operators that made enquiries will soon be utilising our Key2 software system.”