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Jaama launches 'game-changing' service, maintenance and repair app

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Jaama has launched what it describes as a “game-changing” smartphone app with benefits for fleet managers and drivers.

The ‘My Vehicle App’ will synchronise with its Key2 asset management system, auto-triggering processes such as service, maintenance and repair procedures.

Development of the app is part of Jaama’s investment of more than £2 million in new features and Key2 enhancements.

Jaama’s managing director Martin Evans said: “In an age of ever-increasing mobility and connectivity, My Vehicle App was designed following extensive customer, technological and usability research. 

“Fleet management software is an exceptionally fast-moving world and it is essential that continual investment is made to continually make new functionality available to reflect the new ways of fleet operator and driver working.”

He continued: “Auto triggering of processes, such as daily odometer readings, daily checks and accident/incident information, saves time and increases efficiency by streamlining operations which minimises off road times and reduces costs.

“Jaama’s My Vehicle App also minimises administration for fleet managers by providing information to drivers on a self-help basis, which is fast-becoming an essential requirement for fleet operators, and negates the need for further manual intervention.”

“It is Jaama’s belief that no other app provides the level of integration with a fleet and asset management software system. As a result, My Vehicle App is industry-leading and delivers new levels of efficiency to fleets.”

Current app functionality includes:

  • Your vehicle - information on vehicle(s) currently allocated to an individual driver.
  • Update Distance - this option allows individual users to update their vehicle’s odometer reading daily; optionally personal miles can also be entered. Once entered the data automatically updates a driver’s record within Key2 activating automated processes if parameters are triggered.
  • Daily checks - like the ‘Update Distance’ page, the ‘Daily Checks’ page displays a driver’s currently selected allocated vehicle. It contains a scrollable list of vehicle internal, external and fluid inspection checks that must be performed daily prior to any journey. A comments box appears for any notes to be entered alongside each check to indicate any rectification required. Once again the information automatically populates the vehicle/asset record within Key2 and triggers in-house rule sets and notification such service, maintenance and repair procedures.
  • Contact numbers and accident assistance information relating to: breakdown recovery, tyres and punctures, windscreen and glass and accidents/incidents. Information on each specialist provider and services provided is available at the touch of a button. Each page also contains a call button. Additionally, an employer’s duty of care statement is displayed.
  • Accidents page - as above, but vitally provides the option to upload photographs of the accident/incident and prompts drivers to capture the following information: date/time of accident/incident, accident/incident summary notes, date reported, type of claim and vehicle status. That information, as well as the photos, is automatically downloaded to Key2. 
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