The growth of R&J Strang Services’ fleet contract business is being supported by field data gathered via integrated digital tablet feeds, the company reveals. These were introduced by CAM as part of the tyre service provider’s investment in the UniSerV platform.
CAM is supporting Gloucestershire-based Ruskin Mill College as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme for 2015. The college, which recently achieved a new ‘Good’ rating following an Ofsted inspection, is one of four specialist centres operated by Ruskin Mill Trust that provides Practical Skills Therapeutic Education, inspired by Rudolf Steiner, John Ruskin and William Morris, for both day and residential provision.
Essex-based tyre fitment start-up Tyre-Smart has invested in CAM technology to optimise stock availability and web prices. The technologically savvy business aims to attract and maximise e-commerce sales opportunities while speeding up transactions in real time.
CAM has appointed Dan Holton as technical delivery consultant, continuing its growth in 2015. Holton will facilitate and support the provision of systems into customers to meet designated KPIs, CAM said. He has 10 years’ experience in IT systems and analyst roles, delivering support to improve processes for organisations such as the NHS, BAE Systems and Pandi.
Furrows Group is to develop a more robust internet ordering system based on CAM’s MIDaS B2B and Cameo platforms. Changing its approach to the market Furrows hopes to expand its tyre wholesaler operation by providing a more efficient bespoke service to its customers.
North West tyre dealer Gates Tyres has invested in UniSerV and its tablet technology for mobile fitters from CAM to speed up its job processing. Managing director Gordon Thompson explains: “We want to ensure we are completely up to speed with new technologies to enable the business to move with the times. We have worked […]
Tructyre Fleet Management has made software systems provider CAM its ‘Supplier of the Year’ after receiving over 72 per cent of the votes from the senior management team. Tructyre MD Glenn Sherwood said that CAM “has worked really hard in 2014 to meet the needs of the business and the industry as a whole.” Mike Allen, managing director of CAM, said that its achievement had “been made possible because the organisation has been open and collaborative making for a dynamic and fruitful partnership.”
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.
Systems provider to the tyre industry, CAM has announced that it will host the inaugural UniSerV user group event before October’s NTDA dinner. Anne Sherwood, business support manager of Tructyre Fleet Management will chair the event on Wednesday, 8 October 2014 at Manchester’s Hilton Deansgate at 14:00.
Marianna Linscott, known as “Mouse”, has been appointed by CAM as junior customer liaison officer. The software systems supplier to the tyre industry said the appointment reinforces its commitment to providing proactive frontline communications to its UK and Republic of Ireland customer base, which it claims has nearly doubled in the past five years.
Celebrating 80 years in 2015, family-run Lodge Tyre is to invest in CAM’s UniServ commercial tyre platform. CAM says the system will allow the tyre operator to capture job information in real time, with links to third party breakdown systems included. The commercial vehicle tyre supplier said the system would help it to continue a recent period of growth. Lodge claims its business has grown 10 per cent per annum for the last 10 years.
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.
The Dexel Tyre Group’s integration of CAM’s UniSerV application suite has gone live. The system is designed to help the commercial tyre supplier to increase job sheet processing efficiency. The system also provides a smoother transactional solution with tablet technology utilised for commercial jobs and breakdowns.
Home counties independent tyre dealer, Watling Tyres has signed up to CAM’s UniSerV application suite. The platform will assist the retailer, which is primarily focused on commercial business, in streamlining job sheet processing, saving considerable admin time and cost, and professionalising its operation further.
SE Tyres is to introduce software developer CAM’s Online Tyre Catalogue (OTC) into its fast fit centres network. The system is designed to simplify stock profiling and product management, increasing accuracy and enhancing the presentation of tyre data to consumers.