Yorkshire Industrial Tyres Logs Calls with e-jobsheet Expansion

Yorkshire Industrial Tyres

Following the success of its UniSerV Call Logging implementation in conjunction with the use of CAM International’s e-jobsheet app at its sister company GW Tyres in Wakefield, Yorkshire Industrial Tyres is introducing the system to its Barnsley site to streamline its processes. 

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The e-jobsheet app provides greater traceability, ensuring all job sheets are completed and eradicating the potential for invoices to be missed.  It also satisfies Yorkshire Industrial Tyres’ desire to be more sustainable and carbon-neutral by reducing the amount of printing it does and accelerating the shift from a paper-based to a digital business. 

The introduction of UniSerV Call Logging delivers a central record of jobs and allows more than one person in the office to allocate the work to the closest of the group’s 14 fitters.  In addition, e-jobsheet enables the job to be booked out to the requisite customer account, ensuring it is allocated to the correct cost centre if there is more than one account associated with a particular company. 

With both GW Tyres and Yorkshire Industrial Tyres outfitted with Call Logging, the businesses will be able to share work via the TiDaeX connectivity platform, where the other party is best placed to service the customer most effectively. 

Rob Davies, area manager, Yorkshire Industrial Tyres, says, “Call Logging integrated with e-jobsheet streamlines the whole process of job allocation, ensuring a positive customer experience while making sure that invoicing is up-to-date.  The beauty of e-jobsheet is that it pools all the jobs together in the local area and allocates the work to the nearest fitter available to accept the job.  We can see the jobs in progress, when they are completed, and the jobs we’ve got coming up, at a glance.” 

He adds, “The icing on the cake is the introduction of a colour coding system which logs the time it takes to attend to the job, changing from yellow to red when it goes over 90 minutes.  As a result, we will be able to align all the jobs automatically with the SLAs of our fleets and customers, providing a measurable, high-quality service.”                                                          

Steve Daly, director of CAM International, comments, “Like its sister company GW Tyres, Yorkshire Industrial Tyres will reap the benefits of a streamlined, paperless system ensuring jobs and invoices are never missed, as all the central records are traceable and visible.  At the same time, it enables commercial tyre service providers to deliver a professional and positive customer experience.” 

About the author

Charlotte Nahon is the Communications and Digital Executive for Commercial Tyre Business. Since 2018, Charlotte has been in the Digital and Communications sector, working in Canada as well as Spain. Her degree is in Communication Studies from the University of Ottawa, and ever since graduating she has been writing for multiple sectors including automotive, energy, education, pharmaceuticals and more. 

Email: charlotte.nahon@retreadingbusiness.com

Phone: (44) 1270 668 718

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