Tructyre introduces Cam Systems’ CV tyre management system
Tructyre Fleet Management has introduced Cam Systems’ panintelligence fleet tyre management system following the completion of a two-month pilot. Using the new system the truck tyre service specialist introduced a dynamic, live data feed aligned to the organisation’s KPIs into its head office, improving functionality and visibility while saving administration time.
The panintelligence system was introduced after Tructyre upgraded its UniSerV platform from Cam; it became clear that the company wasn’t using its systems effectively. As a result, the organisation changed its processes, and the intelligent dashboard was integrated to show real-time management information.
Cam Systems fitted the console to a large TV screen, which communicates key activities at a glance such as inbound calls, the operators answering and processing them, jobs in progress, mileage reports, costs versus sales, turnover and profitability. Relevant data is transmitted to the whole organisation every few minutes to ensure actions are dealt with in a timely and proactive way.
Anne Sherwood, business support manager at Tructyre Fleet Management, is pleased with the additional functionality of panintelligence: “There’s so much more information in front of you at your finger tips rather than piles of data that you have to wade through to learn anything useful. I can schedule emails containing relevant data to go out when I want them to, which frees up more of my time. The live data feed has also created healthy internal competition, as the operators can see the status of inbound calls and measure themselves against each other.”
Mike Allen, managing director of CAM Systems, adds, “The dashboard tools can be set up so that specific information can be obtained and transmitted to different parties within the organisation, whether internal or external third parties. It’s intuitive, easy to use but, above all, performs a valuable business function that leads to increased productivity, efficiency and, ultimately, profitability.”