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Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions deploys Jaama Key2 in lockdown

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Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions is using Jaama Key2 fleet management platform to manage its fleet of around 70,000 funded and 14,000 managed cars, vans, trucks and plant assets.

Jon Lawes, MD Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions

The deployment of the solution, which has replaced legacy systems introduced in 2004, was completed during lockdown and included online training for more than 250 users.

Jon Lawes, managing director of HCVS, said: “It is testament to both Jaama and our HCVS colleagues that the final piece of the project was implemented during lockdown. Key2 has delivered and everything has worked very well.”

Since full implementation, HCVS is starting to see the departmental efficiencies of using Key2.

Lawes added: “Importantly Key2 gives us the modern dynamic software architecture that will enable us to run a much larger fleet in the future.”

Key2 provides HCVS with a central platform for all customer and asset information and the ability to add interfaces with new suppliers and systems very easily.

“It gives us the ‘complete truth’ on what is happening with vehicles on our fleet which is very powerful for us and our customers,” said Lawes.

“We work with many different external suppliers and they are all seamlessly plugged into our Key2 system which is very intuitive and user friendly. Data can be easily extracted from Key2 using its powerful reporting tool in real time which provides access to management data far more quickly. It now takes minimal resource to compile reports thus freeing up more people to act on the results.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.