TyreWORK has become the first commercial vehicle and tyre management service provider to go live with the new UniSerV platform from CAM. Extended with e-jobsheet, CAM says the platform features improved “operational agility”, and increased “administrative efficiency in data processing from the field.”
By connecting all of its technicians via e-jobsheet across its four depots in the South East, TyreWORK will receive completed work back via their tablets and process the job data systematically into UniSerV for speed and accuracy. This same data will be available to third party contract holders for whom TyreWORK is completing the work. Additional functions in tyre inspections and tyre transport are also now supported within UniSerV with e-jobsheet.
As a result of being plugged into both platforms, TyreWORK will be able to deliver services for its own fleets and connected third parties through the platform.
Dan Cooper, operations manager at TyreWORK, says: “We’ve been a CAM UniSerV user for two years so the next logical step in our process development was to integrate with e-jobsheet to achieve greater efficiencies, particularly with third party contract holders, and continue speeding up data processing by essentially connecting our technicians to our customers.”
Steve Daly, director of CAM International, adds: “TyreWORK is the first of many commercial vehicle and tyre management customers that have recognised the value and expediency of e-jobsheet in setting a new standard for their service provision. We will be welcoming more service providers on board in the coming months.”