DriveCommander Is Fast Becoming the Industry Standard for the Enforcement and Audit of Corporate Safe-Driving Policies
VANCOUVER, Canada (Jan. 9, 2014) – Aegis Mobility, the global leader in solutions to prevent distracted driving, announced today its DriveCommander offering is now available on the Samsung Solutions Exchange™, enabling enterprise customers to enforce safe driving policies by eliminating the distractions from smartphones and tablets while driving. The Samsung Solutions Exchange addresses the needs of line of business owners by creating holistic mobile solutions on a robust portfolio of enterprise-grade Samsung Mobile devices.
The Samsung Solutions Exchange delivers a range of third party offerings for a variety of industries that increase productivity and ROI, including but not limited to sales and management applications, mobile device management solutions, cloud services, collaboration tools and security solutions – all designed to make it easier for enterprises to succeed in the new era of mobile business.
DriveCommander® from Aegis Mobility is software for smart devices that automatically detects driving state and puts the device in “Safe Mode” while driving. In Safe Mode, a curtain screen blocks access to the keyboard and screen. All notifications and alerts are silenced – including incoming calls, texts and emails. By eliminating one of the leading causes of vehicle crashes, DriveCommander provides enterprise customers with a return on investment through avoided accidents and protects companies from the risk and liability associated with distracted driving.
To find out more about the benefits of Samsung Solutions Exchange for businesses and partners, visit www.samsung.com/us/enterprise.
About Aegis Mobility
Aegis Mobility is the world’s leading provider of patented software for mobile devices to prevent distracted driving. DriveCommander enables employers to proactively promote safe and legal use of mobile devices while employees are driving on the job, while TeenSafer enables parents to ensure that their young drivers are not distracted by texting, tweeting or talking while driving.