Fleet News – 21st July 2005

Fleet software and road safety specialist Jaama has appointed Martin Evans to its management team. Jaama was founded a year ago by former CFC Solutions boss Jason Francis, who named his new firm in honour of his old management team — Jason, Andy, Alex, Martin and Adrian. Evans’ arrival means Francis now has four of […]

Fleet Management June 2005

Jaama’s Jason Francis predicts a fleet software future so bright, he’s wearing shades (not pictured), no one would argue that our lives have changed considerably during the past 10 years.

Fleet News 19th May 2005

Small fleets are failing to perform the most basic of safety checks on their drivers – meaning up to a million cars used for company business are not properly monitored.

Fleet Week 20th April 2005

Pendragon Denies Sale of CFC Solutions. Fleet software giant CFC Solutions, has denied reports it has been put up for sale by parent firm Pendragon, the UK’s largest dealer group.

Fleet World – March 2005

A new force in fleet Ross Durkin talks to Jason Francis, managing director of Jaama, about the company’s plans for growth within the areas of fleet management software and fleet risk management.

Company Car March 2005

Technology investment needed LACK OF TECHNOLOGY investment has left the fleet industry a decade behind sectors such as banking and retail, according to software specialist Jaama. Managing director Jason Francis called fleet technology progress ‘painfully slow’. He said a desire to catch up was the catalyst for establishing Jaama, which also provides occupational road safety […]

Fleet News 23rd March 2005

Fleet technology delays are the catalyst for the new firm, Jaama Ltd, launched as a fleet management software and driver licence checking specialist in March 2005.

Fleet Week 2nd March 2005

Software and safety firm aims to be twice as good as Jaama is launched. Jaama combines fleet management software & risk management services to help customers control & maintain their vehicles & meet their driver health and safety responsibilities under occupational road safety regulations.