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Chevin Fleet Solutions Upgrades Website

December 13, 2016 - Press Release

Photo courtesy of Chevin.
Photo courtesy of Chevin.

Chevin, a provider of fleet and asset information, has launched its new global website that has been designed to be more modern and user-friendly for the company’s audience.

New features on the website include:

  • The Learning Zone: Features educational content such as downloadable fleet management guides and whitepapers, webinars, videos, and other knowledge-based items
  • Industry Pages: Provides specific information on how Chevin’s products and services support fleets operating in different sectors
  • News: Area where users can read and subscribe to the latest announcements, product enhancements, and opinion pieces from industry experts
  • New Regional Sites: Extended regional sites designed to cater for Chevin’s global audience, with enhanced multi-lingual and regional content, as well as information on local events

The website has been designed to be more compatible modern web browsers and mobile devices. Chevin’s new site includes product information such as software module overviews, testimonial videos, and case studies.

The new site also allows users to share products and pages that interest them with others across LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+.

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