South Putnam earns Bronze in Zonar All-Star Awards

Friday, September 27, 2019

South Putnam Community Schools recently announced that it was named the winner of a Bronze award in the first Zonar All-Star Awards program.

The Zonar All-Star Awards shine a spotlight on organizations that use Zonar smart fleet technology solutions to enhance their fleet’s safety, efficiency, compliance and other management initiatives.

With Gold, Silver and Bronze-tier winners, the Zonar All-Star Awards celebrate unique programs and projects from customers and partners across industries that led to increased safety, compliance with federal and state regulations and financial savings and business insights resulting in overall efficiencies.

Nominations from organizations of all sizes across a variety of industries were submitted this year for consideration.

The winners were determined by an experienced panel of industry experts, including Neil Abt, editorial director at Fleet Owner; Susan Beardslee, lead analyst at ABI Research and Ryan Gray, editor-in-chief of School Transportation News.

Organizations nominated programs or projects using Zonar solutions that helped solve a business challenge and resulted in a positive outcome across six categories: efficiency, cost Savings, safety, compliance, green initiative and a write-in category.

“Capturing the value from technology – whether measured in improved safety, organization performance or happier clients and customers – helps leading transportation organizations meet any challenge that comes down the road,” said Ian McKerlich, president and CEO of Zonar. “We applaud our customers who are leading the way in applying transportation technology to improve their results and their competitive position in their respective industries.”

Details about the Zonar All-Star Awards and the list of Gold, Silver and Bronze tier winners are available at

Founded in 2001, Zonar aims to help fleets of all sizes maximize the use of their assets with solutions dedicated to improving compliance, efficiency, maintenance, ridership visibility, safety and tracking.

Headquartered in Seattle and majority-owned by technology company Continental, Zonar also has a technology development Center in downtown Seattle, a regional office in Cincinnati and a distribution center outside of Atlanta.

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