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New appointments at Jaama

Contract wins along with an ever-growing number of new business opportunities at Jaama has resulted in Sean Eckersley joining its major account management team.

Eckersley will be working closely with Jaama’s major account customers to ensure that they realise the full potential of the company’s Key2 vehicle and driver management system following implementation.

On leaving university, his motor-industry related career has included being employed by Epyx, establishing his own vehicle sourcing and sales business, working for both TNT and Global Insurance Management and most recently working alongside DriveAway Motoring Services in the development of insurance-based software used by fleets, contract hire and leasing companies and dealers.

He said: “I’ve been given a great opportunity to work with some of Jaama’s key accounts to provide the highest levels of account management and customer satisfaction.”

Jaama has also recruited Roy Baynham as a business development co-ordinator with his focus on booking appointments with potential customers for Key2, the company’s online fleet management solution.

Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: “We are experiencing growth across public and private sector fleets and are also delivering systems to medium-sized contract hire, leasing and vehicle rental businesses.

“Our customer base is expanding because businesses want software that moves them forward in a practical manner delivering operational efficiencies and administrative benefits.”

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