CCC Introduces Integrated Website Builder for Collision Repairers

CCC Introduces Integrated Website Builder for Repairers

CCC Intelligent Solutions has announced the launch of CCC Amplify, an easy-to-use digital solution that helps collision repairers build and launch customized websites in minutes.

CCC Intelligent Solutions Inc. (CCC) has announced the launch of CCC Amplify, an easy-to-use digital solution that helps collision repairers build and launch customized websites in minutes. Available through the CCC ONE platform, CCC Amplify simplifies the process of creating and maintaining a website by integrating CCC ONE shop information. The solution is designed to strengthen the online presence and lead generation efforts of repairers, whether they’re creating a website for the first time or are looking to replace an existing one.

“Running a busy repair shop, I knew the importance of having an online presence, but didn’t have the time or technical expertise to build my own website,” said Bryan Sorto, owner of D&B Auto Repair in Deer Park, N.Y. “CCC Amplify made creating a website so simple. I was surprised to see my site up and running on the same day I started working on it. It’s that quick and straightforward. Now it’s easier for our customers to find us online and connect with us.”

CCC Amplify simplifies website creation and maintenance by leveraging shop information from CCC ONE to fill pre-designed website templates. Repairers can choose from a variety of templates and customize them as needed, such as adding a careers page for open positions. With intuitive drag-and-drop tools, website creation becomes accessible to everyone, including those with no technical experience. In addition, repair shops with CCC Engage, a CCC ONE solution that drives digital traffic to shops, can enable appointment booking and photo estimate requests through their sites, providing added convenience for consumers.

“Many repair shops find it challenging to build and maintain a website because of the technical expertise required and time commitment, which is why we see so many with outdated or nonexistent websites,” said Mark Fincher, vice president, product management, automotive services at CCC Intelligent Solutions. “By making website creation simpler, we’re giving repairers an easy way to engage with more consumers and increase visibility of their services. CCC Amplify makes sure that repairers can easily be found online, which is where most consumers begin searching for repair services. It also helps create a great online experience for their customers.”

The CCC ONE platform improves every stage and level of the collision repair cycle, including the consumer experience. CCC has combined key business operations into one solution to help collision repairers drive more business, improve their repair process, simplify operations and exceed consumer expectations.

To learn more about CCC Amplify, visit

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