Jaama has become an Association for Public Service Excellence’s (APSE) approved partner as it continues to develop closer relationships with local authorities and utility companies to help them manage their cars, commercial vehicles, and plant more efficiently.
APSE works over 300 UK councils and Jaama has received partner status because of being ‘synonymous with excellence’ in local frontline services.
It comes as Jaama celebrates the on-boarding of its 50th local authority onto its Key2 asset management platform.
Jaama’s Key2 software helps councils and utilities optimise safety and compliance levels for both vehicles and drivers whilst optimising fleet performance, maximising efficiencies, controlling costs, and reducing risks.
Vehicle reliability is a key focus for these organisations as they keep their specialist vehicle fleet on the road to ensure continuity of key public services. Regular vehicle maintenance lies at the heart of vehicle reliability and Jaama’s new Key2 Maintenance Exchange platform has been developed with this in mind. It revolutionises the exchange of information between fleet management companies, maintenance providers and fleet operators.
The ‘end to end’ system allows seamless booking, authorisation, invoicing, and auditing of vehicle maintenance work, whilst ensuring all documentation is stored and managed electronically within the platform.
It streamlines the maintenance management function including related documentation – typically MoT certifications, vehicle inspection sheets, servicing, and routine maintenance documents.
Find out more on how Key2 manages fleets including Anglian Water, John Lewis Partnership, Essex Country Council, Mitie, Falkirk Council, Rochdale Borough Council, Stirling Council and Skanska www.jaama.com/case-studies/