MINNEAPOLIS, July 6 (UPI) -- The National Arbitration Forum launched Thursday its new redesigned site, representing the first phase of redesign activity, the organization said.
According to the release, the new site "aims to help reduce the time visitors spend looking for information as well as aims to educate visitors about the benefits and advantages of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and the company's spectrum of services."
Among other things, new improvements include a new "Online Tools" section, new opinion and perspective pieces, new search function, RSS Feeds for users to receive news releases, and expanded online newsroom.
"Our website is our main portal to communicate with our users and all other visitors interested in learning about arbitration and mediation," said Curtis Brown, vice president of the National Arbitration Forum. "The new site design and navigation will make things easier and will help people better understand who we are and our brand of alternative dispute resolution."