Vigillo creators of data mining software products designed to aggregate, organize and deliver complex fleet safety information in an easy-to-read scorecard format, announced that more than a half million drivers at more than 1,300 carriers currently are being scored by its CSA 2010 Carrier & Driver Scorecard.
“When the FMCSA released its CSA 2010 Data Preview product on April 12, we thought our sales trajectory might slow down,” says Steve Bryan, president of Vigillo. “But just the opposite has happened. The carriers are rapidly realizing that even with access to the FMCSA’s information, they need more than just the raw data provided. They need the ease-of-use, analysis and individual driver scoring that Vigillo provides.”
Vigillo says its Carrier & Driver Scorecard provides trucking companies with an advance look at the fleet safety data that will be included when CSA 2010 replaces the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s existing SafeStat program in November. Using the same algorithms and methodologies as FMCSA, the Vigillo offering is designed to allow carriers to use data available today to see what their operations will look like under CSA 2010.
“Our growth and the adoption of our CSA 2010 platform by large, national trucking companies, small regional carriers and private fleets is a result of our ability to anticipate the needs of motor carriers and their drivers,” Bryan says. “Like most regulatory programs, we believe the FMCSA will continue to make changes before the program is put in place. Our ability to rapidly adapt to these changes is what is giving us the competitive advantage over other CSA 2010 products, and we anticipate having a million drivers using our products by yearend.”