Orlando, Florida – Embark Safety was announced as the successful bidder to provide King County’s ridesharing program with a way to manage and monitor over 5,000 driving records continuously. King County metro manages the largest publicly owned and operated commuter van program in the nation.
Embark Safety developed an enterprise risk management (ERM) platform that allows organizations to monitor driving records continuously and alert managers when changes occur. The cloud-based system streamlines the ongoing management of motor vehicle records (MVR) and DOT files, while providing real-time access to new violations, convictions, suspensions and DUIs/DWIs.
“We are pleased to add King County as client-partner to our driver management solution,” said Embark Safety President, Edwin Sosa. “It is so exciting to see these changes in the driver record and fleet management industry, and the shift from stagnated services to products and systems that exceed all expectations around performance, technology, as well as client service and support. Within King County, our license monitoring system will eliminate the need for administrators to run motor vehicle records on over 5,000 drivers on a yearly basis - this will translate to thousands in savings, while also improving risk management practices. We look forward to many shared successes with King County,” said Sosa.
Embark Safety has revolutionized how companies Identify, Evaluate and Mitigate risk. Solutions aim at proving customers with continuous visibility and actionable insight to risk areas that can expose any organization to vehicle accidents, lawsuits and negative publicity. Our difference comes with our ability to collaborate with our customers and develop innovative solutions that add value, streamline operations and reduce costs.