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Vigillo Compiles Driver Safety Records Into Roadside Resume

April 28, 2017

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Vigillo's new Roadside Resume is billed as a comprehensive commercial driver safety, compliance, and risk profile to help carriers identify safe and risky drivers.

Integrated into Roadside Resume are Vigillo’s CSA Scorecards and SambaSafety’s DriverMonitor along with a number of public, telematics and other third-party vendor data sources. Roadside Resume is being launched at the same time as the Spring 2017 update of SambaSafety’s DriverMonitor driver risk management solution. (SambaSafety acquired Vigillo earlier this year.)

“Roadside Resume is a lens into safety that is a powerful tool for carriers,” said Steve Bryan, president of Vigillo. “It brings multiple channels of information into one unified, comprehensive on- and off-the-job driving behavior view of a commercial driver’s safety profile. With Roadside Resume, carriers can easily identify risky behavior based on a scientific analysis of data that is continuously updated, and correlate that information to crash risk.”

Included in Roadside Resume are CSA BASIC inspection, violation, and accident data, and MVR license status, expiration, monitored status, medical certification expiration, and endorsements, as well as citations, violations, actions, suspensions, and revocations.

Roadside Resume is designed to give risk, safety, and compliance managers a complete picture of their driver’s safety profiles in one place, without having to access multiple data sources. Simultaneously, SambaSafety is also launching an update to its DRM product suite, which brings real-time reporting, increased alert frequency, and more efficient driver roster maintenance to its driver risk management solution.

“Its single dashboard view makes it easier to see data from multiple sources and apply a proprietary scoring methodology that quickly and easily identifies a carrier’s riskiest drivers,” said Bryan. “With that information, carriers can also create policies, and manage enrollment in training classes and track their completion.”

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