A free three-month trial of fleet management software specially designed for businesses running smaller fleets has been launched by leading provider Jaama.
The credit crunch inspired recession heralded the introduction of a tighter cost focus for many businesses but, simultaneously, many organisations found crucial fleet data was uncoordinated and ‘managed’ by different departments thereby making budgets difficult to control.
FleetAssistant is targeted at improving the fleet management, reducing the operating costs and managing the duty of care for companies operating smaller fleets of cars, vans and commercial vehicles as well as managing employees who drive their own cars on business - the so-called ‘grey’ fleet.
FleetAssistant incorporates Jaama’s RiskAssistant, which also comes with full help desk support and future software updates to reflect improvements in technology and updates in the industry.
Jaama managing director Jason Francis said: “We already have hundreds of customers benefiting from using Jaama software, including an increasing number of businesses running smaller car, van and commercial fleets.
“The vast majority of UK employers are companies running only a small number of vehicles. Our research highlights that thousands of these organisations continue to run vehicles on an ad hoc basis with few management controls in place.
“Yet, customer feedback shows that once having introduced FleetAssistant the financial and administrative fleet savings are huge, while management controls are also significantly boosted. Our trial offer gives companies the opportunity to sample the benefits of FleetAssistant without any financial commitment.”
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