NEWARK, DE - DRIVING DYNAMICS has dramatically redesigned its Web site (www.drivingdynamics.com) to embody the company's forward-thinking vision and commitment to the growing needs of its fleet-based clientele. The site's homepage welcomes visitors with bold new colors, a clean uncluttered design and moving images. The featured content centers on the company's mission to "keep drivers safe" and "help fleets lower crash rates".
Based on extensive research with fleet, EHS and risk management professionals, the site now offers:
- rich informative content to enable constituents to make informed decisions regarding driver-safety initiatives
- fingertip access to a wide range of reference materials
- informational videos, sample online safety training and interactive games about safety
- direct log-in access to DRIVING DYNAMICS's various online services
"Our online visitors will now experience a more vibrant and seamless view of our entire safety training and risk management portfolio," said Paull Hubbard, company president. "Plus they will have access to our growing Resource section, which we plan to eventually convert into an extensive Knowledge Center available to all visitors."
About DRIVING DYNAMICS
Founded in 1987, DRIVING DYNAMICS is North America's preferred partner in the field of Advanced Performance, Driver Safety Training and Fleet Risk Management. Its unique and highly effective approach to behind-the-wheel driver education and web-based learning combined with multi-faceted utilization of risk analysis and sophisticated online driver risk management tools has helped many major companies achieve very significant reductions in their crash rates. Current clients include some of North America's best-known Fortune 500 corporations and fleet management companies. In addition to delivering specialized courses at client locations, DRIVING DYNAMICS provides behind-the-wheel training each year to thousands of drivers across North America though its Open Enrollment program conducted in over 50 major metropolitan areas.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet