PORTLAND, Ore. — Vigillo, a SambaSafety company and provider of real-time data for analyzing commercial driver and motor carrier safety performance, has received the National Private Truck Council (NPTC) Allied Member of the Year award.
NPTC and the award program sponsor, SmartDrive Systems, presented the award during NPTC’s Annual Education Management Conference and Exhibition.
“It is an honor to be named as the NPTC Allied Member of the Year,” said Steve Bryan, president and founder of Vigillo, who accepted the award along with Allison Guidette, CEO of SambaSafety. “This award is recognition of how the combination of Vigillo and SambaSafety enables capabilities that provide private fleets with the ability to address driver safety and have a positive impact on performance and compliance.”
Vigillo’s commitment to private fleets has been strengthened through its acquisition in 2017 by SambaSafety, Bryan said.
“The collective experience at the two companies puts talented and experienced people together and enables them to do great things for the private fleet industry,” he said. “With our solutions, private fleets have an advanced means of managing and tracking driver performance and mitigating high-risk driver behavior.”
Since 1990, the NPTC Private Fleet Professional Leadership Awards have recognized individuals and companies that have positively impacted the National Private Truck Council, their profession, and the private trucking community.
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In the picture, Steve Bryan, second from right, president and founder of Vigillo, accepts the National Private Truck Council’s Allied Member of the Year award trophy. Also pictured left to right are Mike Stapleton, vice president of industry relations for Smartdrive; Allison Guidette, CEO of SambaSafety; and Gary Petty, president of NPTC.
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