Key2 is key to Jaama success
19 November 2014
Rather than being the second version of the software, Key2 is a play on words according to Evans - it's the 'key to' a fleet's software problems.
He said: "Rather than businesses buying the system as a one-off, which can be quite a big expense, we're constantly upgrading and updating Key2." As a result, Jaama doesn't tend to lose customers because there's never the problem of having to buy a new system due to its team of developers working on upgrading the current system so it doesn't become obsolete.
Jaama has a wide customer base using the system, including public sector fleets, HGV operators, as well as leasing companies in the BusinessCar BC50.
Evans said the next step for Key2 is to continue evaluating what customers want and adding new features: "The risk profile is constantly evolving and can be determined by a company's own perception of themselves, [and] movements in the industry or legislation. There are a number of different factors that we'll keep monitoring and we'll add new features as things change."
One of these areas is the potential to view driving licence information in real time, and while it is yet to be confirmed if it will be possible for companies to view changes to a driver's circumstances with endorsements as soon as they happen, it's an area Jaama is lobbying for.