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Liggio Appointed Executive VP of Driving Dynamics

October 28, 2008

LITTLE SILVER, NJ Arthur A. Liggio has taken on the role of executive vice president for Driving Dynamics. Celebrating two decades of service, Driving Dynamics initiated this important executive appointment to further support its continuing growth record and to leverage new strategic initiatives.


"Art will be a significant contributor in the business development of Driving Dynamics and further positions us for success in the future," according to Bill Buff, founder and chairman of Driving Dynamics, who announced the appointment of Liggio. "He is highly regarded by the constituency we serve and is well known for his leadership and innovations in the areas of driver safety and risk management."

Liggio has more than 25 years of experience helping businesses and individuals manage risk. In addition, he has provided sales, marketing, and strategic planning leadership throughout his executive career helping companies introduce customer-valued services and achieving their growth objectives. Before joining Driving Dynamics, Liggio was a senior vice president with First Advantage, a technology-oriented, risk mitigation company headquartered in Poway, Calif. Prior to First Advantage, Liggio was the national director of risk & insurance services for The CEI Group based in Trevose, Pa., an independent provider of vehicle accident and risk management, serving self-insured fleets and insurance carriers. Over the last decade, he has orchestrated the development of a number of innovative Web-based risk management /risk mitigation solutions in use today at Fortune 1000 companies, property/casualty insurers, and investment institutions.  

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