Jaama is strengthening its development and testing teams due to the increasing demand for its Key2 fleet management software.
UK organisations collectively operating more than 700,000 vehicles use Jamma’s Key2 solution and that total is increasing month-on-month.
Gemma Keen and Nathaniel Wright have joined as software developers and are responsible for coding. Chris Ford has joined Jaama’s software testing team with responsibility to ensure Jaama remains at the forefront of the IT revolution in the fleet and plant hire sectors.
Martin Evans, Jaama managing director, said: “We are firmly focused on investing in enhancements to our core Key2 system. Working hand-in-hand with our customers and listening to their requirements underpins the new solutions our highly experienced team of software developers produce.
“The appointments are a welcome addition to our hard working software development and testing teams.”
Keen joins the fleet and asset management software supplier following five years as a software developer at an asset finance software company, which she joined after graduating from university.
Wright began his software industry career more than a decade ago and has spent time with Northgate Information Solutions and more recently Jumar Solutions firstly as an IT infrastructure engineer and then as a junior developer.
Ford has a 25-year IT career behind him initially working at Staffordshire County Council for four years as a programmer in the education department before becoming deputy systems manager. Subsequently he moved into test consultancy working for a wide range of organisations, including Barclays and Microsoft.
Picture caption (left to right): Gemma Keen, Chris Ford and Nathaniel Wright.