SOFTWARE ALARM SOUNDS FOR ‘BLUE LIGHT’ FLEETS AS JAAMA FOLLOWS UP RED HOT SHOW LEADS
Strong demand from ‘blue light’ fleets for sophisticated cutting-edge online software to aid vehicle management and cost reduction has been reported by Jaama following the company’s attendance at this year’s National Association of Police Fleet Managers’ Conference and Blue Light Fleet Exhibition.
The two-day event held at the Peterborough Arena in Cambridgeshire was attended by hundreds of fleet and transport managers representing various ‘blue light’ fleets from across the UK.
Jaama already counts the British Transport Police, City of London Police, NHS Lothian and South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust among its ‘blue light’ customers.
All use Jaama’s Key 2 Vehicle Management system to effectively and efficiently manage their vehicle assets, ensure vehicle and driver legislative compliance as well as maximising productivity in workshops, which many ‘blue light’ organisations continue to operate.
Martin Evans, Jaama’s sales and operations director, said: “The event produced many quality leads, which our sales team is now busy following up.
“Interest in Key2 Vehicle Management came from stand visitors looking to upgrade existing management systems and improve efficiency by introducing the very latest technology.
He added: “Our ‘blue light’ customers report a wide range of operational benefits for their complex fleets that operate around the clock throughout the year from the introduction of cutting-edge functionality.
“We are confident that as a result of following up the leads generated at the show, Jaama will extend relations with the ‘blue light’ sector as more organisations see the benefits that can be obtained from utilising Key2 software.”
Following the conference and exhibition, Jaama has made a £240 donation to four charities after stand visitors were invited to place their business card in one of four boxes to help their chosen charity.
As a result, Help for Heroes has received £130, The Fire Fighters Charity £40 and the Association of Air Ambulances in the UK and Care of Police Survivors £35 each.