Advantage Rent A Car Launches Redesign Of Website

As a part of their large-scale re-branding effort, San Antonio based Advantage Rent A Car announces the launch of their redesigned website.

Guided by the web-savvy team at 10TH DEGREE using the interactive marketing platform designed by Jazel, a comprehensive redesign from the ground-up was released on April 1, 2007 improving the usability of the site and adding a rich visual presentation for users.

“Our website is a key component to our reservation and information infrastructure,” said Robert Dimmick, Executive Vice President Marketing Advantage Rent A Car. “After 15 years of web presence that served our company well, this redesign offers enhanced features for the user and optimizes technology to showcase the future direction of Advantage.”

The revamp of their site follows the company’s acquisition of a new URL at http://www.advantage.com announced in the fall of 2006.

Enhancements to the new, improved Advantage site include user friendly navigation which enables the visitor to access sections easily and efficiently; new tools that provide an easier functionality for booking reservations and innovative graphics and design that creates an overall pleasing appeal. The Jazel platform provides a wealth of products available to internal users from online training to Intranet, Extranet and e-commerce applications.

To visit the newly redesigned website, go to http://www.advantage.com

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