New Product Manager Appointment to Drive Key2 Enhancements

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Andy Bradley - Product Manager
Leading fleet and asset management software company Jaama has appointed Andy Bradley to the newly created key role of product manager.
 
The strategic role marries industry developments and initiatives that impact on fleet operations from the likes of government and its various agencies with the demands of customers using Jaama’s multi award-winning web-based Key2 system resulting in functionality enhances ensuring it remains at the cutting-edge of vehicle, driver and workshop management solutions.
 
Mr Bradley (34) has a 16-year business career behind him including a decade at Jaama spending four years in a customer support role and a further six years in project management.
 
Describing his role as being at the “hub of a product development wheel”, Mr Bradley is the conduit ensuring legislation and tax changes and new initiatives from Whitehall departments, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) and HM Revenue and Customs result in Key2 enhancements.
 

Jaama Highlights Software Enhancements at Plantworx 2017

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Jaama is continuing its drive into the plant, equipment and tool hire sector with its industry-leading management software system and will be highlighting the latest enhancements at Plantworx 2017 taking place from June 6-8 at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Leicestershire.
 
The leading fleet and asset management software company significantly enhanced its Key2 Hire Management software system at the start of 2017 introducing a range of sophisticated new features to boost business and user efficiencies.
 
The enhancement was designed to widen the marketplace attractiveness of Key2 Hire Management as the functionality enables hire equipment outside of the pure plant sector to be managed, such as generators and toilets.
 

Demand for Key2 Accelerates Due to CV Show Success

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Commercial Vehicle Show
Jaama, the UK’s leading fleet industry asset management software system provider, is to further increase its supply of Key2 into the commercial vehicle sector following business success at the recent Commercial Vehicle Show.
 
Jaama exhibited its multi award-winning web-based vehicle, driver and workshop management solution Key2 at the Show in April.
 
New business leads secured at the event held at NEC in Birmingham, have triggered a series of meetings with commercial vehicle fleet, transport and workshop managers.
 
Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: “The Commercial Vehicle Show has once again proved to be a hot bed of lead generation for Jaama. Our sales team is now busy following up leads and I am confident that many of those meetings will translate into companies with commercial vehicle fleets and operating their own workshops implementing Key2 to drive forward business efficiencies.”
 
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.
 
UK organisations collectively managing more than 800,000 vehicles, company car and commercial vehicle drivers and own-vehicle drivers and their own workshops currently use Key2 and that number is already significantly growing in 2017.

Announcement of the Death of Jaama's John Machin

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John Machin
Jaama is saddened to announce the sudden death of John Machin at the age of just 31.
 
John died on April 18 and would have been 32 on Sunday (May 7). His funeral will take place on Friday, May 12 at 10:30am at Fradley Crematorium (Lichfield and District Crematorium), Lichfield, WS13 8GA.
 
Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: “John was a great friend, great employee and one of the nicest people you could wish to meet. He had been an integral part of the Jaama family since September 2009 and he will be greatly missed by us all on a personal and professional level.”