To meet the demand for a more responsive mobile retail environment, the next generation MIDaS B2B e-commerce platform is being launched by CAM. It will enable retailers to interact with dealers more effectively online by delivering stock to all their digital devices including mobile, tablet and PC.
CAM is embarking on a mentoring programme for its UniSerV™ users over the next six months, consolidating its major investment in both the platform and to the UniSerV User Group forum over the past five years.
Being connected, sharing data and how system links between partner operations should offer the visibility to determine which partners are best to deal with, dominated the inaugural Fitter-Force Forum on 12 June in Birmingham, hosted by CAM.
Mark Erwood is joining CAM as key account manager, tasked with providing high levels of customer interaction across the UK and Ireland to help tyre dealers develop their businesses through CAM’s IT enablement.
Morecambe-based TRS Tyres is to become a UniSerVTM user and a subscriber to e-jobsheet, the open-access, digital tablet-based service work platform for truck, bus and van, to enhance its commercial tyre service operations.
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.