Essex-based Anglian Truck Tyre Management will be introducing CAM’s UniSerV application suite, featuring its e-Tablet and Document Manager modules, which will enable the commercial tyre specialist to create a seamless, streamlined, paperless process for its commercial tyre fitters, saving considerable administration time and money.
Grouptyre is introducing the Online Tyre Catalogue (OTC) from CAM Systems to enhance its product data and stock management function and help deliver additional accuracy to its sales processes for the benefit of its many customers nationally.
The Dexel Tyre Group has chosen CAM Systems' UniSerV application suite to provide the company with process efficiencies and "a seamless transactional solution for the challenging commercial environment".
Ryan Naughton has been appointed Cam Systems’s general manager with the aim of reinforcing the company’s service-oriented culture and “driving up its results-led organisational approach”. According to Cam, Naughton demonstrates “in-depth analytical and strategic expertise”, and will build upon the company’s operational and procedural planning.
Milton Keynes-based Bridgestone truck tyre specialist, Robbs Tyre Services is to use Cam Systems’ UniServ and Cameo platforms from August as it supports its network of 10 vans. The addition of UniSerV’s Integrated Casing Management module is designed to streamline Robbs Tyres’ job sheet processing while managing its truck casings from cradle to grave.
Hamilton and East Lothian’s R&J Strang Tyre Services is introducing Cam Systems’ Cameo and UniSerV platforms in July. The company, which supplies car, truck, earthmover and specialist tyres, is aiming to streamline its job sheet processing, while managing its truck casings “from cradle to grave” via UniSerV’s Integrated Casing Management module. R&J Strang also wants to exert greater control over products and pricing via the Online Tyre Catalogue, while simplifying its stock management and invoicing processes.
SE Tyres has incorporated the new integrated ledgers from Cam Systems into its Cameo data stream. The software provider says the new system will allow the fast fitter’s network to interrogate its financials more robustly. SE’s auditor says the system will allow the business to exert greater control over the business.
With levels of label-readiness varying significantly across the country and across Europe, the introduction of EU tyre labels that began a year ago remains in infancy. However, while some have gone on the record as saying it is a waste of space, labelling could also be seen as a developing field that – also like a small child – grows fastest in its early years. And with this debate in mind, Tyres & Accessories recently received an interesting addition to the debate, focusing on the nuts and bolts of retail labelling.
Tructyre Fleet Management is rolling out a new e-Tablet solution from CAM Systems to 80 plus mobile fitters in April and May. The application will enable the truck tyre service specialist to track commercial transactions effectively from initial capture to invoicing. The e-Tablet application, provided and managed by TrackItNow, supports HTML5, making it compatible with Android, iOS and Windows Mobile operating systems for tablet devices.
The diversity of TyreSafe’s membership is a major strength of the road safety organisation, and its latest recruit, tyre management software provider Cam Systems, increases this factor even further. As a supporter, Cam Systems will assist TyreSafe in a wide range of campaigns aimed at raising the awareness of correct tyre maintenance.
TYM International is signing up to Cameo from CAM Systems to go live at the beginning of January 2013. The purchase of the Cameo suite is intended to enable the Norfolk-based tyre wholesaler to meet customer requirements by delivering transactional efficiencies through real-time reporting and management views as well as streamlining its processes to reduce its reliance on paper, thereby saving costs.
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.
Well known tyre retail operation Merityre is up and running with a customer-facing display from CAM Systems in readiness to meet consumer requirements around tyre labelling from 1 November and benefit from the opportunity to up-sell to higher margin products.
Need to find a tyre label? CAM Systems is inviting you to try its new Online Tyre Catalogue (OTC). Showcased at Brityrex 2012, the system has been developed in parallel with but distinct from the company’s tyre labelling and CRM solutions that were also launched at the show.
CAM Systems will return to Brityrex next week, taking a bigger and more prominent stand on the back of interest generated by its tyre labelling solutions. Visitors to Stand 52 will see how the software solutions provider is incorporating tyre labelling into its Cameo and new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platforms ahead of the 1 November EU legislation deadline – less than three weeks after the show.