Commercial Tyre Services goes digital
- Posted by: Alan Feldberg
- Category: News
Commercial Tyre Services Bristol is going digital for the first time with the integration of CAM’s Fitter-Force into its business.
This will enable it to go paperless and introduce connectivity options with the four major tyre manufacturers participating on the network, principally through its adoption of e-jobsheet.
Founded on the e-jobsheet multi-language, digital tablet-driven work exchange for truck, bus and van tyres, the Fitter-Force platform removes many back-office costs and inaccuracies associated with the manual completion of service work for small to medium-sized fleet tyre service operators, while also improving customer service through operational responsiveness.
Vincent Fitzpatrick, managing director of Commercial Tyre Services Bristol, said: “As this is the first time we have introduced a software solutions system into our business we wanted to make sure it was fit for purpose and the right technology for us. By digitising the job cards and associated admin through seamless connectivity with the different manufacturers we do work for, we will provide a more accurate and efficient service to our customers.”
Steve Daly, director of CAM, said: “For Commercial Tyre Services Bristol this was connected digitisation in a box, as connectivity to tyre manufacturers and going paperless was high on the business’s agenda to enable it to continue to compete effectively with bigger players.”