Combining the operational responsiveness of digital tablet technology with ‘best of breed’ integrated tyre management software, the new Fitter-Force platform from CAM will remove many back-office costs and inaccuracies associated with the manual completion of service work for small to medium-sized fleet tyre service operators, while also improving customer service through operational responsiveness.
With less than four months to go until the new data protection law comes into play, businesses are being urged to prepare fully, as the changes will be seismic – and as complex as a Vacheron Constantin timepiece.
At the forthcoming seventh UniSerV User Group (UUG) meeting on Thursday 12 October 2017 in Milton Keynes, CAM will be presenting new fleet audit functionality on e-jobsheet ‘live’, bringing to a close six months of development to ensure end-to-end integration into UniSerV for fleet management purposes.
Kingsway Tyres, which recently became part of the Lodge Tyre Group, is committing significant investment in CAM technologies in addition to its already sizeable participation in the e-jobsheet tablet platform in order to take advantage of an integrated systems approach which maximises customer interaction, increases business efficiency and accuracy, whilst also housing a highly dynamic data repository for information dissemination.
Through the development of the Tyre Intelligence Europe (TIE) initiative, the pivotal role that CAM’s Online Tyre Catalogue (OTC) is playing in linking ‘sharer dealers’ to the platform and accessing details down to the article level for brands, sizes and location of sale is becoming increasingly apparent.