Vigillo offers Crash Management System

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Updated Apr 27, 2012

Vigillo – creators of data mining software products designed to aggregate, organize and deliver fleet safety information in an easy-to-read scorecard format – announced the release of its new Crash Management System. The Web-based application represents the seventh product in the Vigillo Daylight Suite designed to give carriers, brokers, shippers, insurers and drivers the tools they need to comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance Safety Accountability program.

CMS is built to enable efficiencies in any carrier’s accident process, including a Web-based Accident Register and a cloud-based application for tracking U.S. Department of Transportation-reportable and nonreportable crashes and towaways in a single place. The CMS includes driver and vehicle status tracking, automatic submission of errors to DataQs and reports and data exports designed for internal and external reporting to insurance, safety, risk management and FMCSA.

“The DOT reported almost 400,000 truck-involved crashes over the past three years,” says Steven Bryan, founder and chief executive officer of Vigillo. “Insurance, litigation and safety demand a new approach to managing this challenge, and we believe our Crash Management System is the solution.”

The Vigillo CMS is designed to identify all mismatched data coming from FMCSA. Missing and erroneous data on crashes, drivers and vehicles is highlighted and available for immediate correction in all Vigillo Scorecard Reports and for optional submission to FMCSA’s DataQ’s system. Any FMCSA crash assigned to a carrier with incorrect DOT, VIN, commercial driver’s license, dates and more will be highlighted, recognizable and actionable, Vigillo says; the CMS also can assign a status for each incident providing for follow-up and reporting as internal workflow rules dictate.