|By Business Wire||
|May 9, 2014 04:23 PM EDT||
AlertDriving, a global leader in driver safety solutions, announced today the expansion of its extensive platform to include local risk identification and training programs for Cyprus, Slovenia and Mozambique. The addition brings AlertDriving’s comprehensive global footprint to 72 countries and 111 languages and allows the company to provide training for over 90% of the World’s population.
“We have seen a shift in the industry over the past few years as large multinational organizations are looking to centrally manage driver safety programs for their global fleet, without losing the local feel of the training,” said Rob Martin, Vice President of Sales at AlertDriving.
“We pioneered the web-based driver safety category in 1998 and have consistently worked to expand our global reach in order to meet the requirements of our customers,” said Matt Latreille, Vice President of Marketing at AlertDriving, “We film on location in each country, with local safety professionals, then translate and localize our content in-market to provide an unparalleled end-user experience.”
“This degree of localization gives our clients the relevant content they need to effectively train all of their drivers, regardless of their location. It is this approach that provides the greatest reductions in collisions, personal injuries, financial costs and liability exposure on the road.” stated Rob Martin.
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Established in 1998, AlertDriving pioneered web-based driver risk management and has trained over 1,200,000 drivers worldwide. The company’s fully customizable, driver risk management platform, has helped Fortune 1,000 clients significantly reduce their collisions, injuries, costs and liability exposure.
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