Another advantage of e-jobsheet which will be of interest to the agricultural sector is how policy advice to the technician is supported on the platform. Policy advice is often essential in agricultural service work, and this emphasises how beneficial it is for the technician to have easy access to policy advice in a quick and efficient way.
Additionally, the technology facilitates excellent stock management and provides greater control and visibility in relation to what is happening with the tyres out on the road, as well as back in the stock room. These benefits are ones that don’t only apply to the agricultural sector, but bus, van and truck as well.
Daly adds, “Although a job may be originated by the technician on the e-jobsheet tablet app, it will come back to the fitter-force platform, and the back-office user can utilise the system’s functionality to reconcile the stock, delivering excellent stock management and providing greater control over what is happening with the tyres when they are out on the road.
"The technology can be implemented very easily and quickly, which makes it ideal for independent tyre businesses, particularly those needing to service a diverse variety of vehicles including, of course, agricultural.”
With the versatility and adaptability of the e-jobsheet and fitter-force platforms, CAM will be at the forefront of solving the issues and demands that the agricultural sector throws their way.