Jaama wins 'Fleet News Reader Recommended' status for fifth consecutive year.

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Controlling fleet costs continues to remain high on the agenda for organisations across all sectors and has driven many to embrace sophisticated online technology to help meet their fleet budget targets whilst simultaneously reducing administration.
 
The recognised success from implementing and using Jaama’s multi award winning Key2 Vehicle Management system means that for the fifth year in succession Jaama has achieved Fleet News Reader Recommended status.
 
Jaama sales and operations director Martin Evans said: “The return on investment generated from Key2 - both financial and administrative savings - means our software is a ‘must-have’ for fleet managers who want to streamline and improve their operations.
 
“We are delighted that our customers’ confidence in Key2 has earned yet another accolade for Jaama.”
The majority of Jaama’s new business is from customer referrals and this confidence in the company’s well-established system is behind them achieving Reader Recommended recognition again for the fifth year.
 
Major fleets and leasing and rental company customers include: Amey, British Transport Police, BCA, Days Contract Hire, DHL Express, DHL International, Enterprise, Fleet Hire, Hertfordshire County Council, Interserve, JCT 600 Contracts, Kier Construction, Luton Borough Council, Manheim, MITIE, Ogilvie Fleet, Prohire, Run Your Fleet, Serco, Seven Asset Management, Sheffield Insulation Group and Supreme Group.
 
Following fleet implementation of the cutting-edge online Key2 system, Jaama continues to work hand-in-hand with customers in both developing new initiatives and providing user support.
 
Mr Evans explained: “Clients are continually looking to increase the depth of functionality so we further develop modules and launch new solutions to ensure that Jaama remains at the forefront of a fleet technology revolution.”
 
Jaama’s business success allied to its focus on continuing to develop cutting-edge functionality has necessitated the recruitment of more staff and led the company to move earlier this year to much larger premises on the same business park in Tamworth it has occupied since 2008.