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Jaama Score a Hat-Trick of ITM Awards with Best Fleet Software 2007 Title PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 January 2007

Fast-growing fleet software and occupational road safety specialist Jaama has notched a hat-trick of Institute of Transport Management awards after being named ‘Best UK Fleet Software Company 2007’.

The company, which was established by a number of leading fleet industry experts in 2004, won the ITM’s ‘One to Watch’ Award in its first year and last year collected the ‘Best UK Fleet Software Company’ title for the first time.

In announcing the Award to Jaama, Patrick Sheedy, ITM media and PR director, said: “Jaama has an outstanding reputation for quality and value, combined with specifically designed software technology, and because of this is best qualified to advise fleet operators on how best to achieve both time and cost savings without compromising on service.”

Major customers include mobile phone group Phones4U, Newtown Vehicle Rentals, SIG Trading Limited, Smeg and the British Transport Police.

Mr Sheedy said: “By working with the industry’s largest and best-known organisations, Jaama is in a prime position to address the wide ranging and often complex requirements of vehicle fleet operators or vehicle management companies. As a result Jaama has developed the solutions to walk its clients through the legislative process while controlling costs and enhancing their levels of customer service.”

West Midlands-based Jaama has taken the car and commercial fleet management market by storm with its unique combination of sophisticated web-based vehicle management software and risk management services and its business success will this year see the company move into larger premises. Additionally, Jaama will continue a recruitment drive that began last year.

As a result of those developments, Mr Sheedy said the ITM’s ‘One to Watch’ Award to Jaama was more than justified and, he added: “The ITM is paying tribute to a company which, through developments in web-based solutions has raised the overall technological and professional standards of the business of fleet operations and will better enable fleet managers to monitor, measure, compare and contrast the performance of individual drivers and vehicles more effectively.”

With its flagship Key2 Vehicle Management system covering all aspects of managing, maintaining and operating vehicles which is designed for medium and large fleets; FleetAssistant for smaller fleets; a range of duty of care products under the Key2 Risk Management and Risk Assistant brands; a new information-packed at-work driving website - www.key2roadsafety.co.uk - and monthly risk management seminars that have been attended by more than 600 fleet decision-makers, Jaama has put numerous companies on the road to controlling and managing vehicles effectively and efficiently.

Managing director Jason Francis said: “The accolades from the Institute underline the new cutting-edge thinking and developments that Jaama has bought to fleet management software. The technology breakthroughs that we have brought forward are designed to improve fleet operating efficiencies and effectiveness and simultaneously allow fleet decision-makers to be far more strategic in their job and less process-driven.”

 
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