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CCAR Welcomes CSi Complete as Newest Affiliate

The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR) has announced that Ohio-based CSi Complete is the newest affiliate of the organization.

CSi Complete is a provider of customer satisfaction indexing and call center services to the collision repair and claims industries. With 13 years of experience, CSi Complete has completed millions of surveys and made millions of calls for thousands of customers across the United States and Canada.

"We are proud to welcome CSi Complete as an Affiliate of CCAR,” said Daren Fristoe, CCAR president and COO. “The partnering of CCAR and CSi Complete represents another milestone in our organization’s history, as we move toward adding a customer satisfaction survey capability to our e-learning programs. CSi Complete is the premier provider in this field, and we welcome the opportunity to work together."

“CSi Complete has a long history of supporting organizations that benefit all industry segments, and CCAR fits nicely into this part of our mission,” said David Merrell, CSi Complete vice president of sales and service. “We will initiate programs that will be beneficial to both organizations, and we look forward to that.”

More information:

CCAR Announces Election of Officers, Board Members

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