Leading fleet management software supplier Jaama will be exhibiting at this year’s Blue Light & Amber Light Fleet Exhibition in response to significant interest in their Key2 product from the emergency sector.
The show, which includes the annual National Association of Police Fleet Managers’ Conference and Exhibition, is widely acknowledged to be one of the best emergency service transport events in Europe with the participation of all the emergency services, enforcement agencies, various Government departments and the military.
Jaama will be showcasing its multi-award-winning Key2 Vehicle Management system at the event, which takes place at The International Centre, Telford, on June 4 and 5.
Jaama, which includes the British Transport Police, City of London Police, NHS Lothian and South Central Ambulance Service among its ‘blue light’ customers, will also be hosting 45-minute best practice seminars at 2pm on each day.
During each seminar, Jaama will demonstrate its Key2 software and highlight how Key2 technology can be used to improve operational efficiencies and effectiveness, reduce fleet administration time and help to reduce fleet overheads.
Jaama’s Key2 system is the most frequently recommended software in the fleet industry. Public sector customers include: Chelmsford Borough Council, Hertfordshire County Council, Luton Borough Council and Stirling Council.
Martin Evans, Jaama’s sales and operations director, said: “Our technology enables organisations to capture more essential management information about their fleet so they can be far more proactive, analytical and informed when making strategic decisions. This in turn will enable operating efficiencies to be identified and will ultimately reduce costs, which is why an increasing number of our customers are recommending Key2 to their peers.
“Our ‘blue light’ and public sector customers are reporting that Key2 is delivering a wide range of operational benefits to their complex fleets that operate around the clock throughout the year.”
The National Association of Police Fleet Managers’ Conference and Exhibition is now in its 40th year. The event brings together conference delegates from the UK and international police services as well as colleagues from the other enforcement agencies, emergency services and Government departments. This year it has been renamed to better reflect the change to a more pan Government procurement policy.