CIECA to Hold 8th Annual CIECA Symposium in Indianapolis

CIECA to Hold 8th Annual CIECA Symposium in Indianapolis

Speakers will include Mike Anderson (Building-in Automation in Collision Repair), Steve Feltovich (Connected Car, How Technology Will Impact Collision Repair Processes) and many more.

The Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association (CIECA) announced it will be holding its 8th annual CIECA Symposium September 12-14 in Indianapolis.

The theme of the event is, “Magic Happens When Companies Connect.” It will be held at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis.

The working program is as follows:

General/Business Track (1-1⁄2 days)

  • Mike Anderson: Building-in Automation in Collision Repair
  • Brian Lewis, Microsoft Evangelist: Security in the Mobile Environment
  • Steven Feltovich, Sherwin-Williams: Connected Car, How Technology Will Impact Collision Repair Processes
  • Pete Tagliapietra: Big Data and CIECA Standards
  • Panel Discussion: CIECA’s Role in Keeping Recyclers Competitive
  • Steven Regan: Business-to-Business Data Sharing/Security Legislative and Regulatory Issues
  • NASA Guest Speaker: Beyond Mars
  • Tony Pedregon: NHRA 43-Time Winner; Life’s Lesions and Motivation
  • FNOL (First Notice of Loss) Panel Discussion: New Technology Future State
  • Recycler Discussion: Free Text is Costing You Money

Technical Track (1 Day Only)

  • The Changing Face of Schemas Into the Future, Coupled with JSON
  • JSON’s Cookbook Walkthrough
  • CIECA’s JSON Development Project – Schemas
  • Automated Instance Validation Tool

Click here to register. Click here to book your hotel room.

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