Business growth has led to leading fleet and asset management software supplier Jaama appointing two more project managers.
Richard Ludlow and Mark Bagnall (pictured left and right respectively) have joined Jaama to work with customers on implementation of the company’s multi award-winning Key2 software and provide training to new and existing customers so as they gain maximum benefit from the sophisticated web-based asset and driver management solution.
Mr Bagnall joined the fleet and leasing industry in 2006 and after gaining a decade’s worth of experience with other software providers has been recruited by Jaama.
On joining Jaama, he said: “I like that Key2 is used by all parts of the fleet and leasing industry and can be scaled to suit businesses of any size and requirements, providing all of the information needed at their fingertips.”
Mr Ludlow’s automotive industry career started in the vehicle body repair industry and he had a spell at MG Rover until its collapse in 2005 where he moved from the shop floor to the world of systems. A subsequent project analysis role at a multinational company was followed by more than eight years as an implementation consultant at a software provider to leasing companies.
UK organisations collectively operating more than 700,000 vehicles rely on Key2 and that total is increasing month-on-month this year with growth across all sectors in which Jaama operates – public and private sector fleets, vehicle leasing and rental companies and the plant and tool hire sector.
Key2 is the UK’s most frequently recommended asset and driver management software solution and Jaama managing director Martin Evans said: “We are currently experiencing unprecedented growth and continue to increase staffing levels to ensure our customer base is well served by expert support.
“Our project management team works hand-in-hand with our customers to ensure successful Key2 implementation and that they have the knowledge to maximise system functionality to improve operating effectiveness and efficiency across their businesses.”