The portal enables drivers of company vehicles, as well as employees who drive their cars on work trips (grey fleet), to manage their own personal information online, such as; name, address, contact details and driver licence information.
It is a further push by Jaama towards self-service and paperless fleet management.
Martin Evans, managing director of Jaama, said: “The administration burden on fleet decision-makers is continually increasing.
“There is an increasing desire in conversations with our customers to remove what is considered ‘routine’, but remains critically important."
He belives tools, such as MyDriver Portal, that enable drivers to self-help are becoming an essential requirement for fleet operators, and can save significant back office manual intervention.
The MyDriver Portal can also be configured to meet individual clients’ own corporate branding requirements.
Evans concluded: “A fleet’s chosen software provider must be able to deliver a highly sophisticated, modern, online system, and be fully focused on continuous functionality improvements and providing an excellent customer experience.
“MyDriver Portal is the latest example of that and the fact that Jaama continues to invest some £2.6 million a year in the continuing development of Key2 with many of the ongoing enhancements a result of requests from our customers.
“They are all focused on seeking mechanisms to reduce manual intervention as much as possible.”
Jaama’s combined fleet management and risk management services are designed to help customers meet their driver health and safety responsibilities, whilst following road safety regulations.