Nav N Go becomes NNG

With immediate effect the makers of the iGO My way Navigation software have changed the company's name to NNG Kft

(PresseBox) ( Budapest, )
During the years of 2009 and 2010 the company behind the iGO My way Navigation software has undergone substantial change: while the popular software solution expanded its business globally, the product range grew considerably and successfully engaged new markets. The iGO My way brand became the umbrella brand for the company's innovations and products. Nav N Go and the development group known as NNG Global Services, founded in 2004, have now changed its company name to NNG to reflect the focus on its new business activities and refreshed appearance.

The change in name to NNG arrives after a nearly 2 year evolution in the principal focus of the company toward software and web services for the Automotive industy. The latest directions have called for a name change to mark a new era in the history of the company. The name NNG is part of a corporate development process, and reflects the company's future: it is refreshed, and ready for the future of navigation as it evolves as a connected feature of a braoder set of location aware services. The name evokes the company's past as the creator of the award-winning iGO Navigation engine, and points toward an exciting future worldwide.

Tamás Vahl, CEO of NNG states: "As the industry evolves, from pure navigation to location aware web services delivered anywhere, anytime, we are taking the lead in developing software to make this possible. It is therefore essential that our corporate identity evolves with us, as we lead the industry toward an exciting future. We are confident that the new company name is going to contribute to our development, especially in our newest focus field, the automotive industry."

The company's previous website will be closed down shortly and replaced with the new and refreshed
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