Telford-based Furrows Tyres will use CAM Cloud to host its Cameo POS, stock, billing and ledgers system. CAMbi will also deliver business intelligence and reporting functionality. Cameo is designed to provide the dealer with a managed service that ensures robust, hassle-free maintenance of its server and a secure backup solution.
Exhausts, Tyres & Batteries Worcester Ltd has invested in CAM Cloud to host its Cameo system in CAM’s data centre. CAM states that the managed service provides quality and convenient maintenance of its server and backup solution at its site on the Blackpole trading estate.
CAM has committed to “major investment over the next 18 months” during the sixth UniSerV User Group (UUG) meeting in Birmingham. The systems provider said new investment would “ensure commercial service providers maximise their efficiencies and gain incremental business opportunities” presented through its new fleet management enhancements and system reporting tools.
A new aesthetic, clear and easy-to-use portal providing in-depth information about its leading tyre trade software Cameo, and a range of commercial, enhancement, sales and integrated apps is being launched by CAM this month (www.cam-systems.com).
Truck and car tyre retailer Strathclyde Tyres has joined Hampshire’s Horndean Tyres in introducing CAM’s UniSerV platform. The Scottish retailer is expanding its operations, and the further investment in technology platforms will enable it to offer local authority contracts paperless and streamlined job sheet processing and invoicing. Horndean will seek to improve connectivity with its truck and earthmover customers, increasing efficiency through the tablet-based electronic jobsheet, which will be used by its 12 fitters in the field.
Slough based City 1st is introducing Cameo and UniSerV from CAM across its four truck depots. The commercial tyre specialist wanted to go paperless and install an intuitive system to help its team of fitters to transition to a mobile system. The company states that it reviewed the options and gained feedback from other users before deciding to adopt CAM’s technologies.