Jaama is to exhibit at the Commercial Vehicle Show for the first time this year.
Jaama is offering visitors to the company’s Commercial Vehicle Show stand a day’s free post-event consultancy in their office, in a free to enter draw.
This year’s Commercial Vehicle Show, the largest and the most comprehensive road transport and logistics event held in Britain, is once again being held at the NEC in Birmingham, from April 26-28.
UK organisations collectively operating more than 650,000 commercial vehicles and cars currently use Key2 and that number is expected to grow significantly further in 2016.
Jaama, an Associate member of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) and a partner to the Freight Transport Association’s Van Excellence scheme, is firmly focused on helping fleets achieve compliance best practice through implementation of Key2.
Many Jaama customers have already achieved FORS bronze, silver or gold accreditation and are also Van Excellence accredited.
With both standards becoming ever-more crucial in the battle to win business and show compliance requirements are being met, alongside employers being a member of the Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) community to revolutionise the management of work-related road risk, Key2 is being used by organisations to meet legislative standards.
Cost management is also operator critical and with Key2 delivering online flexibility, touch screen technology, single-source in depth management reporting and across-department integration and accessibility, an ever-increasing number of fleet decision-makers are turning to Jaama’s software to manage their drivers and transport operations as well as a multitude of other assets.
Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: “Many commercial vehicle fleets have invested in our Key2 technology to improve operating efficiencies and compliance as they realise current practices are no longer suitable due to ever changing business and legislative demands.
“Whether historically using a spreadsheet system or outdated software, many organisations have recognised that if they ‘spend to save’ they will reap significant cost savings and administration efficiencies and meet their compliance obligations.”
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