CAM’s Online Tyre Catalogue (OTC) now includes 600 brands and more than 326,000 individual products on the back of “unprecedented growth in the last 12 months,” the company states The central tyre data hub includes labelling information where applicable, product size data, and visuals across all available categories of tyre. Users can access the data anywhere in the world.
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.
South-east UK tyre service provider, Tyreteam has invested in systems supplier CAM’s technology for the first time with its new fitter-force digital tablet technology. The new system is designed to remove back office costs and inaccuracies associated with the manual completion of service work. CAM adds that fitter-force will enable the supplier of commercial, passenger van and industrial to improve its customer service through operational responsiveness.
Mark Erwood is joining CAM as key account manager, tasked with providing high levels of customer interaction across the UK and Ireland to help tyre dealers develop their businesses through CAM’s IT enablement.
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.
Commercial service provider Barry Shaddick has moved from stand-alone e-jobsheet user to a fully integrated solution based on CAM’s UniSerV platform. The company, located in the south-west of the UK, has invested as the next step in its systems development to provide greater professionalism and connectivity in support of its tyre service work across its commercial depots.
Independent tyre dealer Selecta Tyre has invested in CAM Cloud, which allows CAM to host Selecta’s Cameo system in its data centre. CAM states the managed service will provide quality, hassle-free maintenance of Selecta’s server and backup solution across its 15 depots and 40 users.
CAM has appointed a new client liaison officer as part of the business’ ongoing expansion of its customer service commitment. An experienced sales and administration professional, Anna Morris will be the main point of contact for CAM’s existing customers. She will meet with customers face-to-face to facilitate ongoing client contact enabling tyre dealers to be current with the full suite of software and data solutions that CAM offers to help them expand their business opportunities.
CAM has appointed former England under-20 rugby international Rebecca Trist as a customer liaison officer. The company states that her appointment will bolster its customer service team, helping it to provide clients across UK and Republic of Ireland with the latest information on software solutions available to them, and how the technologies can assist in their business improvement.
CAM has promoted Frankie Sharp to development project consultant, expanding its custom projects team. The appointment is part of the business’ ongoing investment in its technology solutions to assist UK tyre operators achieve greater efficiency and develop new business opportunities.
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).
SE Tyres has introduced CAM’s UniSerV platform. The company said the introduction of the software is designed to improve operational efficiencies and offer business enhancements for its fleet and commercial service operations. The incorporation of UniSerV will improve user work flow, mobile fitter work, stock visibility and integration to third parties, helping SE Tyres to maximise its business efficiency and sales growth.
Nicks Tyres has gone live with CAM’s UniSerV software as part of the business’ investment in operational processes across its depots. The company said the new software will help increase productivity and efficiency as well as assist in the continued provision of a reliable service to its customers.
CAM has appointed Svitlana Kalmykova and Nick Baber as new technical delivery consultants as part of the business’ continued investment in its systems delivery capabilities. They will work to help customers implement the software provider’s range of products.
CAM has promoted general manager Ryan Naughton to its board of directors. The company said the promotion recognises his contribution to the business over the last three years, specifically around the structuring of a formal people development programme, leading to the prestigious Investors in People (IIP) award in February this year.