CCC Acquires Auto Injury Solutions Inc. - BodyShop Business

CCC Acquires Auto Injury Solutions Inc.

Transaction combines estimating system provider with the only national, full-service provider of auto injury medical review solutions.

CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) has announced the acquisition of Auto Injury Solutions Inc. (AIS), formerly a division of Concentra Incorporated, a division of Humana Inc.

The transaction brings together CCC, a leader in the auto physical damage claims market, with AIS, the only national, full-service provider of auto injury medical review solutions.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Matt Elges and his team to the CCC family,” said Githesh Ramamurthy, chairman and CEO of CCC. “The acquisition of AIS is an important step in the continued execution of our strategy to expand into adjacent segments in order to better service the auto claims market. Together, our platform will be able to leverage proven technology, advanced data analytics and world-class customer service to provide customers with an array of solutions to optimize processes across the full auto claims management spectrum.

“The combination of CCC and AIS represents a strong strategic fit that will enable us to expand our reach and leverage our collective strengths in developing innovative new solutions for our customers. I am excited about the compelling opportunities the transaction presents for our customers and our employees.”

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.


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