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Jaama to exhibit at 'blue light' conference

Jaama is increasing its ‘blue light’ focus by exhibiting at this year’s National Association of Police Fleet Managers’ (NAPFM) Conference and Blue Light Fleet Exhibition.

Being held at the Peterborough Arena in Cambridgeshire on September 25 and 26, the Conference and exhibition is one of the largest emergency service fleet events in Europe.

Jaama is exhibiting at the event and already counts the British Transport Police, City of London Police, NHS Lothian and South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust among its ‘blue light’ customers.

The company’s online fleet and workshop management solutions are built around the company’s Key2 Vehicle Management system, which is used by more than 700 public and private sector organisations.

Martin Evans, Jaama’s sales and operations director, said: “Our technology enables all organisations to capture more information on their fleet so they can be far more proactive and analytical. That improves operating efficiencies and ultimately reduces costs, which is why an increasing number of our customers are recommending Key2 to their peers.

“The savings that our existing ‘blue light’ customers are reporting through the use of cutting-edge functionality is delivering a wide range of operational benefits to complex fleets that operate around the clock throughout the year.”

The NAPFM Conference and exhibition is now in its 39th year. The event brings together conference delegates from the UK and international police services as well as colleagues from the other enforcement agencies, emergency services and government departments.

The unique exhibition focuses on transport; not only for the police but the other emergency services and some government departments.

As well as exhibiting its Key2 fleet management software at the event, Jaama is promising to make donations to four different charities.

All conference and exhibition visitors to the Jaama stand (number 76 in the Atrium) are being invited to place their business card in one of four boxes to signify their chosen charity.

Based on the number of cards in each box, Jaama will donate a sum to each of the four selected charities - Help for Heroes, The Fire Fighters Charity, Association of Air Ambulances in the UK and Care of Police Survivors.

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