Anglian Water is expected to see significant administration efficiencies across its fleet following implementation of software from Jaama.
Set to be fully introduced by early spring 2018, the Key2 system will be used by the Huntingdon-based company for its fleet of 1,800 light commercial vehicles and 700 company cars, along with 100 HGVs, 3,000 items of plant equipment and seven workshops.
The software is expected to aid improved utilisation of the fleet and enable fleet department employees to make more informed decisions thus delivering financial savings across the operation. This includes enabling vehicle and driver performance history to be managed and additional information, such as from telematics and fuel cards, to be used more effectively to deliver efficiencies.
Stewart Lightbody, who joined Anglian Water as head of fleet services three-and-a-half-years ago, said: “I am excited about the future because Key2 will be a game-changer for the fleet department and Anglian Water in the way we currently operate and the efficiencies and ultimately financial savings that will be delivered.
“Administratively Key2 will maximise fleet department resource, analyse outcomes and enable us to understand what excellent fleet performance looks like and how we can make it even better.”