Internet Brands Now Becomes the Technology Solution Provider for Automotive Industry
LOS ANGELES, CA: Internet Brands, an online media and software services organization focusing on four vertical categories that include automotive, health, legal and home / travel, has acquired Net Driven – a provider of web solutions and Internet marketing services for the automotive industry. This makes Internet Brands to be the provider of technology solutions for the automotive industry.
Net Driven will join Internet Brands' growing Automotive Client Solutions portfolio, which includes Autodata Solutions, Chrome Data, and CarsDirect. Internet Brands also operates one of the largest collections of automotive consumer websites in the world.
"Internet Brands is the ideal partner with which to continue Net Driven's rapid growth. We're thrilled to be a part of Internet Brands' impressive automotive portfolio and are now in a better position than ever to continue our mission of helping automotive businesses thrive," says Patrick Sandone, CEO, Net Driven."
"Net Driven's keen focus on specific niches within the automotive industry has created a thriving business that nicely complements our existing technology solutions servicing automotive OEMs and franchise dealers," says Bob Brisco, CEO, Internet Brands.
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