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CCC Publishes Crash Course 2020 Trends Report Covering the Automotive, Claims, and Collision Industries

Michelle Hellyar / Company News, Crash Course, Industry News /

CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) today released Crash Course 2020, a data-driven report covering the business, consumer, and technology trends shaping the automotive, claims, and collision industries. Crash Course 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the industry-leading report, which this year explores the future of personal transportation including: AI, ADAS, driverless vehicles, data access, digital […]

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CCC Delivers Powerful Lead Capture Tool for Collision Repairers

Michelle Hellyar / Collision Repair, Company News, Industry News, SEMA, Uncategorized /

New CCC® Engage Photo Estimate capability offers collision repairers an efficient new channel to win more business and deliver a modern consumer experience   CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announces today CCC® Engage Photo Estimate, a powerful new lead generation tool for collision repairers. The Photo Estimate capability enables repairers to receive and respond to […]

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Mobile Photography & Claims: Changing the Game

Admin / Collision Repair, Industry News, Insurance, Telematics, Trends, Uncategorized /

Process automation is making its way through the insurance industry, delivering operational efficiencies in many areas. For underwriting and distributing personal and small business insurance, carriers are struggling to balance providing in-person inspections of customs risk exposures with delivering quotes and prices in minutes. Mobile technology, photos, and artificial intelligence are promising to close the […]

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CCC Publishes its 2019 Crash Course Report

Michelle Hellyar / Crash Course, Industry News, Perspectives, Research, Uncategorized /

CCC Publishes its 2019 Crash Course Report Industry trends report explores shifts in vehicle technology, personal ownership, and driving and their impact on automakers, insurers, and collision repairers CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced today the availability of its 2019 Crash Course report, a data-driven look at the business drivers and technology trends impacting the […]

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CCC Introduces World’s First End-to-End Connected Safety Experience

Michelle Hellyar / Accident Advisor, Company News, Industry News, Insurance, Network /

Volvo Car USA will be the first automaker to leverage CCC® Accident Advisor to help keep drivers safe, informed, and in control in the minutes following an auto accident There are more than 13 million auto accidents every year in the U.S., most leaving drivers feeling confused and uncertain of what to do in the […]

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CCC Introduces the World’s First Artificial Intelligence Estimating Tool

Michelle Hellyar / Collision Repair, Company News, Industry News, Telematics /

Smart Estimate Photo CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) introduced today the world’s first in-production AI solution for vehicle collision estimates. CCC® Smart Estimate (Smart Estimate) leverages CCC’s estimating logic and AI photo analytics capabilities to pre-populate an estimate with suggestions for human estimators to review, edit, and advance. Through the process, Smart Estimate AI and human estimators learn […]

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Fix Auto USA Expands Use of the CCC ONE® Platform to Include CCC® Parts

Michelle Hellyar / Company News, Industry News, Parts /

Parts Ordering CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced today that Fix Auto USA has expanded its use of the CCC ONE® Platform and will now use the CCC® Parts electronic parts ordering solution for the company’s extensive and growing network of body shops. CCC Parts electronically connects collision repairers with parts suppliers, whose live inventories, pricing, and […]

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CCC Publishes 2018 Crash Course Report

Abby Wilson / Company News, Crash Course, Industry News /

Putting the AI in the Automotive Industry Huge investments and bets are being made by automakers, tech companies, insurers and collision repairers, as companies position themselves to benefit from new technologies; technology that not only changes the types of vehicles consumers buy in the future, but how and when they buy, how they insure, and how they repair in […]

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