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Sysco Corporation Selects DriveCam to Reduce Risk Throughout Fleet

May 24/2010 PRESS RELEASE

May 25, 2010 – San Diego, CA – DriveCam Inc., a global Driver Risk Management company, announced today that Sysco Corporation has made a 5-year commitment to deploy DriveCam’s Driver Risk Management solution in its entire fleet of 9,000 vehicles.

As the global leader in foodservice distribution, Sysco delivers 1.2 billion cases of food and related products through 186 distribution facilities to 400,000 customers every year. Sysco selected DriveCam to help prevent collisions, protect Sysco against faulty claims and lower operational costs. This deployment is a result of two flawless trial programs, which validated the power of DriveCam’s video-based solution for delivering bottom line results.

“We are proud to be working with Sysco and to be recognized for the proven service and savings we provide,” commented Brandon Nixon, DriveCam CEO. “With large fleets like Sysco, industry experience and the ability to scale are critical to minimizing the costs associated with risky driving.”

About DriveCam Inc.

 

DriveCam is a global Driver Risk Management company that dramatically reduces fuel expenses and claims costs– while saving lives – by improving the way people drive. By combining sight and sound, expert analysis and driver coaching, DriveCam has reduced vehicle damages, workers’ compensation and personal injury costs by more than 50 percent and fuel consumption by up to 10% in over 130,000 commercial and government vehicles. DriveCam has analyzed data from over 2 billion driving miles and holds the world’s largest database of more than 17 million actual risky driving events, which the company uses to continually improve its proprietary analytics and scoring. DriveCam has been included on Inc. Magazine’s list of the 500 fastest-growing, privately held companies in the U.S. for three consecutive years and was most recently listed as #30 in The Wall Street Journal’s latest listing of Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies, “The Next Big Thing.” For more information, visit www.drivecam.com.

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