Jaama to showcase 'MyVehicle App' at Hillhead Show

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Jaama continues to drive into the plant, equipment and tool hire sector with its newly enhanced ‘MyVehicle App’ and Key2 Hire Management software system and will be exhibiting at ‘Hillhead 2018’.

The show at Hillhead Quarry, near Buxton June 26-28 is for exhibitors and visitors alike to do business amongst live working demonstrations and static displays. 

Jaama’s will be showcasing its genuine industry game-changer ‘MyVehicle App’ at the event which:

  • Works in tandem with Key2 so managers have all the very latest data at their fingertips to keep businesses at the cutting-edge of operational management.
  • Now features the ability of drivers/operators to both report any defects or ‘nil defects’ during their daily on site walk-around checks.
  • The compliance functionality provides an audit trail of all plant and equipment checks irrespective of whether any defect was spotted and is stored in the Key2 ‘defects’ area.
  • Has the ability to flag a defect as being a ‘critical’ safety issue, resulting in the machinery being marked as ‘off-site’ in Key2.
  • Allows operators to take a photo of a ‘critical’ defect and attach ‘off-site’ status to the item of plant, which in turn will create an ‘urgent job’ alert in Key2.

Many of the enhancements have been designed to help plant managers ensure legislative compliance by encouraging drivers/operators on-site to use ‘MyVehicle App’ on a self-help basis thus ensuring the streamlining of on-site practices enabling full auditing of operations remotely.

Jordan Thompson, Jaama’s hire software manager, said: “Key2 Hire Management is the most sophisticated system available in the plant sector. In conjunction with ‘MyVehicle App’, the industry-leading technology is helping Jaama to win new business and we anticipate that trend will continue across small, medium and large suppliers in the sector.”

Business booms for Jaama with further expansion

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Business is booming for Jaama, the provider of the UK’s most sophisticated and requested vehicle and driver management software system, which is moving into its 14th year.
More than 1.2 million vehicles are now managed by Jaama’s multi award-winning Key2 asset management system. Jaama attributes its success to:

•Leadership consistency and business stability - chief executive Jason Francis, managing director Martin Evans and IT director James Thresher have been driving the company since its launch and fellow directors Stuart Mills (development director) and Michelle Morgan (operations director) have been employed for more than 10 years each. Furthermore, Jaama enjoys a very low staff turnover with many of its team having received long terms service awards.

•A track record of continuous investment in product development that amounts to more than £2 million per year ensuring that solutions - Key2 and more recently ‘MyVehicle App’ - are at the cutting edge of fleet and asset management.

•Continuous investment in its employees - now numbering well over 100 - with each staff member having a structured development programme that includes completing fleet, IT and personal development training.
Last year Jaama sold a record number of its industry-leading Key2 vehicle management systems to fleets, contract hire and leasing companies and rental specialists and Mr Evans said: “Key2 has been proven to be a fantastic product and is recognised as the number one choice for the industry.

Jaama expects business wins following new DVSA scheme

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Jaama anticipates increased business with commercial vehicle, coach and bus operators needing to use a ‘validated IT supplier’ for the DVSA’s newly launched Earned Recognition Scheme.

The Scheme was officially launched at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show following a successful 12-month pilot involving more than 60 commercial vehicle operators from various sectors of the industry - some operators are already users of Jaama’s Key2 web-based technology.

Operators that use Key2 are able to record walk-around vehicle inspection checks, servicing and MoT information which will be directly sent to the DVSA database every four weeks. In return, their vehicles are less likely to be stopped for roadside inspections, saving them time and money.

Meanwhile, the DVSA will allow its officers to target more of their enforcement activities at the high-risk traffic who put other road users in danger.

Key2 users urged to undertake data mapping exercise for GDPR

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Users of Jaama’s multi award-winning Key2 vehicle and driver management system have been urged to undertake a data mapping exercise ahead of next month’s introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The regulation comes into effect on May 25 and organisations in non-compliance may face heavy fines of up to €20m or 4% of annual worldwide turnover – whichever is higher.

Under GDPR, employers must ensure that employees’ personal data - as well as that relating to clients and prospects - is processed lawfully, transparently, is secure, and is held for a “legitimate business interest”.

For example, that could include:
• Recording driver licence-related information;
• The capture and processing of mileage for travel management and business expense claims;
• Accident-related information;
• Fuel data capture;
• And the use of driver behaviour data from in-vehicle telematics.