CCC Introduces CCC™ OEM Care with Participation from Eight OEMs

Michelle Hellyar / Auto OEMs /

Solution suite enables collision repairers, insurers, and auto manufacturers to collaborate on safe, quality repairs   CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced today the availability of CCC™ OEM Care, a suite of solutions that support OEM certification programs and enable collision repairers, insurers, and auto manufacturers to collaborate on safe, quality repairs. Included in the […]

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CCC Names Dan Risley VP Quality Repair and Market Development

Abby Wilson / Auto OEMs, Collision Repair /

Newly created position will collaborate with CCC’s collision repair and OEM market leaders, identifying new cross-market opportunities and helping customers navigate change in a rapidly evolving industry CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced today that Dan Risley has joined the organization as Vice President of Quality Repair and Market Development. In the new role, Risley, […]

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Auto Claims Count Data Reflects Slow Growth

Susanna Gotsch / Insurance, Telematics /

Private passenger auto insurance had been experiencing a steady rate of declining claim frequency over the last two decades with a variety of factors having been identified as contributors to the trend, including an aging population, fewer miles driven, graduated licensing for teenagers, higher deductibles and more vehicles than drivers. Several additional factors came into […]

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Industry Trends with Susanna Gotsch – July 2018

Susanna Gotsch / Crash Course, Trends /

Repair cycle time and length of rental have seen steady increases over the last several years. Within the industry the primary explanation used to explain these increases is growth in vehicle and repair complexity; which preliminary comparison of vehicle repair cost to cycle time would seem to bear out. To check out the rest of […]

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Mazda North American Operations and CCC are Working Together to Address Vehicle Safety

Michelle Hellyar / Collision Repair, Company News /

The automaker is sharing open recall data with CCC, reaching thousands of collision repair centers with an automatic alert as they write estimates for affected vehicles CHICAGO, June 13, 2018 –CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced today that it is working with Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) to address vehicle safety, creating a new method […]

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Industry Trends with Susanna Gotsch – June 2018

Susanna Gotsch / Crash Course, Trends /

Vehicles per household in the U.S. have returned to pre-recession levels, and numerous other factors such as strong employment, more miles driven, population growth, etc. continue to drive up the number of vehicles involved in accidents annually in the U.S. Estimates from the National Safety Council and CCC suggest that we are nearing about 24 […]

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A Data Explosion on the Open Road

Jason Verlen / Insurance, Telematics /

A growing telematics market means that insurance carriers are drowning in data. We could build an ark and hope to ride it out. But wouldn’t it be better if we could monetize this flood? Insurance carriers wouldn’t be blamed for thinking that they’llsoon be less in the business of insurance and more in the business of […]

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CCC Introduces AI Damage Detection for All Major U.S. Vehicle Types

Michelle Hellyar / Company News /

CCC Introduces AI Damage Detection for All Major U.S. Vehicle Types Computer vision and exclusive heat maps bring precision to damage detection Chicago, IL, April 25, 2018 – CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced today the availability of AI-powered capabilities that use computer vision technology to automatically detect vehicle damage and visually depict that damage […]

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Industry Trends with Susanna Gotsch – April 2018

Susanna Gotsch / Crash Course, Trends /

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 37,000 lives were lost in the U.S. in 2016 from motor vehicle fatalities, an increase of 5.6 percent from the prior year. The largest increases occurred among pedestrians and cyclists (see Figure 1). Pedestrian fatalities grew from 11 percent of all traffic deaths in 2006 and […]

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