Press Releases

nuVizz Announces Website Relaunch

Atlanta, GA | January 27, 2016 – nuVizz, an award winning leading-edge enterprise mobile logistics and crowd workforce management provider, is excited to announce the launch of its new website www.nuVizz.com.

The new content-rich website offers a user-friendly experience through more intuitive navigation, responsiveness, and extensive resources for customers demanding the best in mobile supply chain and delivery solutions, along with innovative solutions for enabling their enterprise crowd workforce.

  • nuVizz Omni-Crowd ™ Solutions – Experience the power of the Enterprise Crowd
  • nuDeliverIt – Next Level Delivery Tracking and Execution
  • WellRyde – Every Ryde Matters
  • Vehmo – The Art of Moving Vehicles – Perfected

This announcement comes as nuVizz continues to grow, offering an ever-growing suite of intuitive mobile apps that provide best-in-class real-time delivery tracking and automation solutions for everyone from private trucking fleets to non-emergency medical transportation providers to automobile dealerships moving vehicles.

“nuVizz continues to lead the market in helping premium companies exceed their ROI and achieve quantifiable customer satisfaction using our innovative products,” said Sudhakar Maruvada, Chief Marketing Officer. “We place visibility, reliability and efficiency in the palm of your hands through our mobile solutions.”

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