Vigillo debuts IQLab for custom reporting, data analytics

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Updated Jun 10, 2011

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 it has created a new division within the company known as IQLab that will staff dedicated personnel to meet the increasing demand for custom reporting and data analytics.

“We’ve had an overwhelming number of requests for custom reports,” says Steve Bryan, president of Vigillo. “It’s everything from the basic – ‘Can you show which drivers have red flag violations?’ – to the more complex ‘what if’ analysis combining data taken directly from any source.”

Pricing and process will be simple, Bryan says; the customer either provides the data or the source from which to pull the data, and the company will charge either an hourly rate for custom work or a fixed rate for templates in the IQLab Catalog. “It doesn’t matter what it is, and it doesn’t have to be CSA-related,” he says. “It can be about HR or maintenance, fuel taxes or dispatch. It can be a one-time report or a monthly subscription. Bottom line, we got tired of saying ‘no’ to all the requests for custom reporting, and now we can just say ‘yes.’ ”

Vigillo now has a live Web-catalog link at that features a variety of report templates that can be customized to each carrier. Carriers with more complex needs can submit their unique request for custom data analytics.