UUG7 meeting to preview new fleet auditing on e-jobsheet

CAM will present new fleet audit functionality on e-jobsheet at the seventh UniSerV User Group (UUG) meeting, on Thursday 12 October 2017 in Milton Keynes. The presentation will bring to a close six months of development to ensure end-to-end integration into UniSerV for fleet management purposes.

The meeting, to be chaired by Anne Parker of Tructyre, will be attended by UniSerV customers Aone, Dexel, SE Tyres, RJ Strang, Horndean Tyres, Lodge Tyre, Kingsway, Tyrenet, Redpath Tyres, Universal Tyres and Autocentres, Watling Tyres, AC Tyres, and Tyrework.

The group will view how integrated e-jobsheet/UniSerV users will benefit from dynamically generated fleet inspection completion documentation. CAM adds that the fleet audit update will offer “an improved service for communicating the time, date, location and tyre measurements of individual inspections or audits, be they for direct or third-party customers.” Fitter or auditor “Recommendations” from inspections using e-jobsheet will systematically create a follow-up call for work allocation purposes in the UniSerV software.

In addition to the fleet audit update, Business Intelligence (BI) dashboards, which present inspections done and to-be-done, will be demonstrated. They fulfill the remit set by the Fleet Management Forum for Phase One enhancement rollout back in January of this year.

Kate Neill, UniSerV product manager for CAM, says: “We have listened and we have responded to the demands of the UniSerV User Group.  The delivery on enhancements for a fully-integrated fleet management capability within the UniSerV platform are the fruits of continued discussions and hard work since the Fleet Management Forum in January between our UniSerV customers and the CAM team.”

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