Mentor Engineering redesigns web site

April 23, 2009
Mentor Engineering has redesigned its website with a customer-focused approached that it said will allow users to easily and quickly locate information

Mentor Engineering has redesigned its website with a customer-focused approached that it said will allow users to easily and quickly locate information.

The site, located at www.mentoreng.com, includes an RSS feed to deliver up-to-date wireless fleet management news. It includes a news and resource page for stories and industry updates, a learning center that has a range of case studies offering real client experiences and solutions, a glossary of terms explaining industry terminology and white papers that explore hot topics relevant to the industries Mentor serves.

Product advancements and industry-specific ROI are also available on the site. Developers interested in Mentor’s OEM/Developer program that includes mobile computing platform options and software developers’ kit can find that information on the site as well.

Mentor Engineering manufactures and deploys wireless mobile computing and GPS systems.

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