Jaama update saves fleets from time consuming administration
The improvements that Jaama has made to the EDS module have been driven by valuable feedback from their customer base.
EDS is designed to put the emphasis on company cars drivers and employees who use their own cars for business to keep the data pertaining to both them personally and their vehicles up to date.
The EDS module enables drivers to upload documents such as eyesight checks, MoT records and insurance certificates with the objective of ensuring that employers have up-to-date information relating to their employees and associated vehicles.
An auditable trail of key legal information helps to address at-work driving duty of care compliance under health and safety legislation guidelines.
EDS keeps an automated check on compliance documents and can deliver automated reminders to drivers and their line managers to ensure that the required information is provided.
Fleets also have the option to set their own rules within EDS which could mean that driver vehicle-related expenses can be suspended until related vehicles are compliant and data is up to date.
Martin Evans, Jaama’s sales and operations director, said: 'Our new EDS upgrade is designed to improve compliance management whilst reducing the burden on fleet operators in terms of them not needing a team chasing and inputting driver-related information.
'At the request of fleet operators we have taken a ‘self-service’ approach in terms of drivers being responsible for updating information relating to both themselves and their vehicles,' he added.