Jaama - the company behind the Key2 operating system - has expanded into new offices.
The fleet software company, now in its 15th year in business, employs more than 120 people – an increase from 100 at the beginning of last year.
Jaama’s team consists of 44 software developers and 26 customer services support team members, all of which have moved to the new premises.
Martin Evans, managing director of Jaama, said: “The company is not only firmly focused on continually enhancing Key2 to ensure it remains industry-leading, but critically it is also vital to continually invest in our facilities.”
“Many other software providers have other stakeholders to satisfy and that means there may be limited reinvestment.
"As a business Jaama believes that it is critical to reinvest to underpin further growth and support our existing customer base.
“The new office development is the latest example of that policy.”
Jaama, however, has remained at the same Tamworth business park where it originated.
Its new 10,000 square foot offices accommodate new training facilities with Jaama hosting various training courses, including ones for customers that have purchased the Key2 system.
This marks the third time it has expanded into new offices since its 2004 launch.
“The fleet industry is continually evolving and so is Jaama," continued Evans.
“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.
“That remains Jaama’s goal in the remainder of 2019 and beyond as the business continues to expand.”
Jaama has launched a new driver pool vehicle booking portal module for its Key2 system to help fleets end grey fleet use.
Employees using their own vehicles - known as the ‘grey’ fleet’ - on work-related journeys is a major issue for both public and private sector fleets.