CCC Introduces Redesigned Mobile Solution at NACE | CARS - BodyShop Business

CCC Introduces Redesigned Mobile Solution at NACE | CARS

Mobile app features QR code and VIN scanning, smart photo data capture and automatic photo labeling.

CCC Information Services (CCC) introduced a newly designed CCC ONE Mobile solution at NACE | CARS, designed to offer a more streamlined experience for users.

Designed for the iPhone, the CCC ONE Mobile app offers dozens of enhancements, including QR code and VIN scanning, smart photo data capture and automatic photo labeling. CCC ONE Mobile is free for repair facility users of CCC ONE Estimating with Digital Imaging enabled. 

“Moving quickly and efficiently around a vehicle during the check-in process means getting more cars in the door on any given day,” said Joseph Allen, GM, CCC’s automtive services group. “Our CCC ONE Mobile app has been enhanced with smart technology features and an intuitive design to help in the data capturing process, saving time and making life a little easier for repairers. Today’s announcement is another example of power of the CCC ONE single platform and the ability to add functionality to the CCC ONE family of solutions. We’re also affirming our commitment and investment in mobile technology, which will allow us to bring even more functionality to more devices in the future.” 

Key enhancements of the CCC ONE Mobile app include:

  • Automatic Photo Labeling – Photos taken with the CCC ONE Mobile app are automatically labeled, saving time on each workfile. For example, when users tap the left top photo placeholder to capture the photo, it will automatically label it “Left Front.”
  • Smart Photo Data – The CCC ONE Mobile app prompts repairers to input the odometer reading when a picture of the odometer is taken. The app also prompts for data input after taking a picture of the fuel gauge and license plate.

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