Driver iQ parent company rebrands, now known as Cisive

Driver iQ parent company rebrands, now known as Cisive

Driver iQ, providers of background screening and driver monitoring services to the trucking industry, has announced that its parent company, CARCO Group Inc., is changing its name to Cisive.

Cisive will house the CARCO and Driver iQ brands and continue its mission to help clients identify fraud and reduce risk through innovative technology. The CARCO brand will focus exclusively on pre-insurance vehicle inspections and fraud prevention.

“This is an exciting time to reflect the evolution and innovation of our company. Cisive stands for clear and accurate insights that give our clients confidence in their most critical decisions while protecting their brand and reputation,” said Jim Owens, chief executive officer and president of Cisive. “It has become harder and more complex to separate fact from fiction in a world where instant information rules. Made even more challenging by and ever-growing number of sources, some credible, others not, decision making is more important than ever. Today’s businesses demand an experience and perspective best delivered by technology integrated with human insight.”

For more information on the rebranding, visit the new Cisive website.

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