Drivers History to Present at 16th Annual Auto Insurance Report National Conference
CHERRY HILL, NJ – March 26, 2013 – Drivers History announced today that Brian Wolfson, Senior Vice President of Sales and Business Development will present at the 16th annual Auto Insurance Report National Conference on Monday, April 22 at the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne in Miami, Florida. Mr. Wolfson will address how court records can supplement motor vehicle reports (MVRs) to reduce expenses, create new revenue opportunities and improve risk management for auto-insurance carriers.
Drivers History is the creator of the nation’s largest public court records database on driver traffic violations. The Company’s flagship product, DocIT™ provides auto-insurance carriers with court-based traffic violation data at a level of detail that is beyond what is typically shown on the standard motor vehicle report (MVR).
As one of Drivers History’s first executive hires, Mr. Wolfson has played an instrumental role in shaping the Company’s strategic direction as it transitioned from a start-up to being named one of the nation’s fastest growing private companies in 2012 by Inc. magazine.
About Drivers History:
Drivers History has revolutionized the way auto-insurance companies obtain and use driver violation data across the lifecycle of their applicants and customers. Drivers History’s data can be used as a pre-screen to a motor vehicle report (MVR), greatly reducing auto-insurance carriers’ overall MVR expenses while enhancing surcharge opportunities. Since the Company’s founding in 2002, it has become the leader in providing previously unavailable court traffic violation data to the auto-insurance industry. For more information, visit the Company’s website: www.drivershistory.com.
About the Auto Insurance Report National Conference:
The Auto Insurance Report National Conference (AIRNC) is an annual conference presented by Risk Information Inc. AIRNC attracts 300 of the auto-insurance industry’s leading executives. The conference was started in 1998 and has been a sell-out event for 16 consecutive years. For more information about the conference, visit: http://riskinformation.com/airnc/.