Gillig taps Syncata to aid in TREAD reports

Bus manufacturer Gillig Corp, established in 1890, has chosen business consulting and systems integration firm Syncata Corp's TREAD Reporting Engine to help it meet looming federal reporting rules and regulations imposed under the Transportation Recall, Enhancement, Accountability, and Documentation (TREAD) Act.

The TREAD Act requires vehicle and equipment makers to submit detailed reports summarizing information about consumer complaints as well as warranty, legal claims, and field reports to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The first reporting period begins April 1, 2003.

Syncata's TREAD Reporting Engine is an information technology solution that collects data from disparate sources and generates the necessary pre-formatted TREAD compliance reports.

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