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CCC Offers Discount on CCC ONE to ASA Members

The Automotive Service Association (ASA) announced that CCC Information Services has renewed its agreement to offer qualified ASA members in the collision repair industry a 25-percent discount (up to a maximum of $500) off the implementation of the CCC ONE Total Repair Platform

Developed with feedback from hundreds of collision repairers, CCC ONE is a single application that supports a complete repair process, not just a series of individual tasks, CCC says.

“The new agreement with CCC Information Services provides ASA collision repair members an enhanced product line and special pricing for implementation and training,” said John Scully, ASA executive vice president. “We’re extremely pleased that CCC continues to provide specialized collision repair products for ASA members.”

Jim Dickens, senior vice president of the Automotive Services Group at CCC said the company is pleased to be aligned with the ASA in this effort.

“We understand the importance of ASA and its work to unite and advance the automotive services industry for a positive future,” said Dickens. “This ideal is shared by CCC, and is something that was a key driver during the development of CCC ONE – strengthening efforts through alignment.”

More information:

Shops Say CCC ONE Streamlines Operations

Product Extra: Total Repair Platform



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