Jaama has reported significant interest in its new Maintenance Exchange platform from fleet and transport operators attending last week’s Commercial Vehicle Show.
The event provided an opportunity for Jaama to preview Maintenance Exchange, which will officially launch during Q4 of 2019.
The maintenance and compliance platform has been designed to revolutionise the way information is exchanged between fleet management companies, maintenance providers and end-user fleets. The new platform will connect fleet management companies or end-user fleets to maintenance suppliers, whilst significantly reducing the administrative burden of manual processes; it also marks another step from Jaama towards paperless asset management.
The new product connects with Key2 fleet or can interface with other third-party systems and streamlines the exchange of vehicle maintenance information along with related documentation – typically MOT certifications, vehicle inspection sheets, servicing and routine maintenance documents – between maintenance suppliers and fleet management companies/end-user fleets.
The new solution scored significant interest at the 2019 CV Show at the NEC.
Martin Evans, managing director of Jaama, said: “Visitors to Jaama’s Commercial Vehicle Show stand increasingly recognise the importance of implementing cutting-edge vehicle and driver management software solutions to drive operating efficiencies and understand that Maintenance Exchange is a further development in enabling that mission to be achieved.”
The firm also said CV Show visitor interest in its Key2 fleet and asset management system has triggered a near-50% rise on last year in the number of post-event meetings with fleet and transport operators.
The recent NEC, Birmingham, Commercial Vehicle Show provided an opportunity for Jaama
Evans added: “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.”