Cam Systems has recruited a new finance and operations manager to join the senior management team at its Gloucestershire head office. The new appointment is 39-year old Kieran Burroughs, who will replace long-serving financial director Richard Abolins, who has left the company to work closer to his home in Taunton.
Cam Systems has launched a newly designed website at www.cam-systems.co.uk. To mark the occasion, the company has also introduced a new corporate identity as part of a marketing campaign to build greater awareness and understanding within the UK tyre industry.
“Initially the site is aimed at introducing Cam’s people, products and services. All of our resources are in regular communication with our customers and we feel it essential that they have the opportunity to put faces to the names in our 30-strong team,” explained Steve Bazeley, Cam’s Business Development Director.
NetDespatch web services have revolutionised customer service at Bike Tyrestore, the leading motorbike tyre wholesaler has reported. NetDespatch has supplied its Velocity web-based shipping, tracking and systems integration services to provide a live system connecting Bike Tyrestore’s call centre, warehouse despatch operation and 3000 plus customers nationwide, with their express delivery parcel carrier APC Overnight.
A major investment programme and restructuring of operations at Cam Systems has delivered an innovative new approach to managing IT Support needs. The Gloucestershire-based tyre trade software specialist has redefined its support operation to offer three distinct options to meet the changing needs of customers and reflect the continuing development and diversity of the IT sector.
Cam Systems has appointed a new Senior Developer to join its management team to strengthen both its product development capability and assist with the career progression of its in house team of software developers.
Karyn Boots joins the company’s Gloucestershire head office from Atkins Management Consultants, a leading provider of technology-based consultancy and support services to major clients in the public and private sectors. As an IT Consultant with the £1 billion turnover company, Karyn worked with organisations including the Welsh Assembly, Swindon Borough Council and the Welsh Development Agency.
The tyre industry is being swamped by companies trying to grab a piece of the e-commerce cake. Whether individuals like it or not, surviving in the tyre market in the future will depend upon access to technology, and the ability to buy and sell stock on-line. Who do you turn to? ContiContact? Tyreman? Cam Systems, Team Systems, who? Do you need Internet, or EDI? What are the legalities? The whole concept is confusing to the layman and the trader alike and the pace of change can be frightening to those who are not e-literate as they feel they may be left behind by increasingly-sophisticated customers. This series of articles looks at the potential, the hazards, the products, and throws in a healthy pinch of salt but still concludes that the future is electronic.