Jaama reports record year for revenues
Jaama has reported a record-breaking year in terms of revenue generation as the company records significant growth in the commercial vehicle management sector.
The firm reported a 22% increase in turnover last year and continued to increase the customer base for its Key2 fleet and asset management software. Last year new customers were slightly biased towards commercial vehicle operations with 63% of vehicles added being vans and HGVs.
The firm attributes its success to consistent year-on-year investment in Key2.
Managing director Martin Evans said: “Many of our new business wins are being secured as fleets ditch outdated systems from suppliers that have failed to invest in their products.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.”
Product enhancements in 2018 included further investment in Jaama’s ‘MyVehicle App’ while also helping employers meet their driver and vehicle compliance obligations.
Evans added: “Key2 and ‘MyVehicle App’ are revolutionising vehicle and driver management and significantly reducing burdensome manual tasks. Our vision, along with our customers, is the paperless office and we are chipping away all the time with the digitalisation of documentation.”
He concluded: “The fleet industry is continually evolving and so will Jaama. 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 2019 and beyond.”