Jaama has reported a record year with turnover up 22% from 2017, which it has attributed to consistent year-on-year investment in Key2.
The business said that revenue generated from its increasing customer base enables it to continually increase its year-on-year investment programme into Key2.
Jaama’s managing director Martin Evans said: “2018 was a record-breaking year in terms of revenue generation for Jaama and notably the company recorded significant growth in the commercial vehicle management sector.
“Critically Jaama is being rewarded for its investment in Key2 which evolves alongside the requirements of its customers.
"Many of our new business wins are being secured as fleets ditch outdated systems from suppliers that have failed to invest in their products. Meanwhile, system enhancements - developed with customer assistance - ensure established clients remain loyal.”
Last year Jaama expanded its workforce by 37% and now employs 120 people. Many of those additional employees have been recruited into software development but the company has also bolstered up the customer relationship management and customer services areas of the business.
Evans said: “Jaama is firmly focused on investing in Key2 to ensure it remains industry-leading. Customer support is then equally important to help clients drive maximum efficiencies through their use of the innovative asset and driver management solutions we continue to develop.
“Therefore, Jaama is currently further improving its support mechanisms to ensure successful implementation and that post-implementation help is easily accessible and aligned to its ever-growing customer base.”