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Vigillo Offers Crash Management System

April 2012, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

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Vigillo's new Crash Management System gives carriers a cloud-based application for tracking DOT reportable and non-reportable crashes and tow-aways 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, management and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.

The new offering "is almost like reconciling your checkbook," explains spokesperson Susan Fall. Since every carrier is required to maintain an accident register, the Crash Management System will compare that information against what the FMCSA has on record for the company. If there's something off, such as an inverted VIN or a driver who no longer works for your company, it will alert you.

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The Web-based application is the seventh product in the Vigillo Daylight Suite, designed to give carriers, brokers, shippers, insurers and drivers the tools they need to succeed under CSA.

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 the FMCSA.

"The DOT reported almost 400,000 truck involved crashes over the past three years," says Steven Bryan, founder and CEO 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 identifies all mismatched data coming from the 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, Driver CDL, dates and more will be instantly highlighted, recognizable and actionable. In addition to identifying incorrect data coming from the FMCSA the CMS can also assign a status for each incident providing for follow-up and reporting as internal workflow rules dictate.

For more information, go to www.vigillo.com

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