Jaama has launched a new-look website as the final piece of its brand refresh project undertaken during recent months.
It is also using the website to advertise job opportunities within its business including the graduate programme operated by the company.
Current graduates have assisted with the development of the industry-leading Key2 system as well as more recent innovations that include MyVehicle App and now the Maintenance Exchange platform.
Jaama’s one-year graduate developer programme leads to a role in the company’s continually expanding software development team that currently numbers 44 of the organisation’s more than 120 employees.
Martin Evans, managing director of Jaama, said, “The company is actively recruiting four or five graduates to start with the business in summer 2020.
“During the 12-month programme, each graduate will be provided with a personalised training and development plan that provides the opportunity to explore all aspects of the software development lifecycle and further enhance their skills and abilities.”
Four graduates are currently working their way through the programme and Jaama employed a further three graduates recruited in sales and marketing roles during 2019.
Evans said: “Jaama is committed to excellence in people development in order to maintain and enhance its position as the fleet management software supplier of choice. We encourage our employees to achieve their potential and enjoy a successful and rewarding career path with Jaama.”
Commenting on the newly launched website and brand update, Evans said: “The brand refresh has also included new brochures and printed materials, office refurbishment and expansion, a new-look company logo as well as new exhibition stands.
“Work on the brand refresh has taken place throughout 2019 and the final piece, the company’s website, is now launched.
“Key2 is a modern, next-generation asset management solution and Jaama’s brand update sets the company on a path to further expansion as we look forward to growing our customer base at the start of a new decade in 2020.”