SambaSafety, which provides mobility risk data solutions, recently introduced Qorta, a redesigned national driver monitoring platform intended to elevate safety culture.
The company said Qorta builds on its core strengths, including the “most complete” federal and state data on drivers, with new analytics and the latest SaaS delivery features to provide fast, actionable intelligence on driver risk.
“Getting started is quick and easy,” said Rich Lacey, executive vice president of product management at SambaSafety. “Simply tell Qorta who your drivers are and we’ll take it from there. By automating the administration and enforcement of safety policies for our customers, eliminating human error and administrative overhead from the process, Qorta is the most important safety hire a company can make in 2019.”
In the last three years, SambaSafety has assessed risk on more than 100 million unique drivers across its various software solutions, serving the regulated, non-regulated, grey fleet, employer, contractor, background screener and insurance sectors.
“Our goal with Qorta is to put a revolutionary driver intelligence resource into the hands of every safety director so they can proactively manage driver risk,” said Allison Guidette, chief executive officer for SambaSafety. “Qorta achieves that aim, adding powerful features requested by customers, with usability that belies its sophistication. In fact, early Qorta beta users found the platform so intuitive they were able to put it to work immediately. We began to notice the early adopters were integrating and utilizing Qorta before we had the chance to conduct formal training. That speaks volumes.
“(This) launch of Qorta is a giant leap forward in our journey to redefine how the world thinks about driver safety. Nearly every company has employees or contractors that drive for work. Qorta can help every organization remove blind spots, reduce liability exposure and costs, and promote the strongest safety culture possible.”