Tyrenet has become the first truck tyre dealer network to sign on with CAM International’s e-jobsheet. Tyrenet will utilise the open-access, digital tablet-based service work platform for truck, bus and van to improve the efficiency of its operations, which include exclusive service work for Hankook in the UK via the independent dealer network, Hankook Truck Masters.
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 […]
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.
CAM has hosted the inaugural UniSerV User Group (UUG) meeting, chaired by Anne Sherwood, business support manager of Tructyre Fleet Management. The event took place ahead of the NTDA dinner on Wednesday, 8 October 2014 at Manchester’s Hilton Deansgate. The software provider discussed the latest release of the software with some of its leading customers, using the meeting to identify and plan future developments to benefit the commercial tyre sector.
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.
Tyrework, the commercial vehicle tyre management and maintenance division of the KRT Group, is bolstering its technology with a major systems upgrade led by CAM’s UniSerV platform. According to the company, the investment will allow the tyre operator to centralise many operational functions into its head office, reducing administration out in the field.
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.
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.