Fleets are under increasing pressure to meet compliance targets which have led to them dealing with more data from more sources, as found at Fleet Management Live.
The best practice session, held at last month's event, reviewed the legislation affecting fleet operators and the requirements facing businesses to ensure compliance.
It also looked at the role of auditing and reporting when it comes to ensuring a fleet is adhering to the latest standards.
“There are so many sources of data for fleet managers and having that data can be a nightmare,” said Richard Evans head of business development, Jaama. “It’s essential all that data is consolidated and centralised.”
Having worked with Jaama, Speedy Services was able to ensure compliance across all its sites where vehicles are operated by branch managers with little fleet expertise.
Mark Woodworth, head of transport and logistics, Speedy Services explained: “Every depot has responsibility for vehicles but we want our managers to deal with their depot, not be worrying about transport.
Jaama has enabled us to give the depot manager a lot of information to deal with regulations around licences and tacho information.”