Mitchell Intelligent Estimating Solution Ready for U.S. Early Adopters

Mitchell Intelligent Estimating Ready for Early Adopters

Mitchell has announced the U.S. commercial availability of Mitchell Intelligent Estimating, an advanced, artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled claims automation solution.

Mitchell International has announced the U.S. commercial availability of Mitchell Intelligent Estimating, an advanced, artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled claims automation solution, first announced at Mitchell’s mPower Conference in October 2019.

The Mitchell Intelligent Estimating solution is available for early adopters in the U.S. who are ready to integrate AI into their collision repair claims workflow. Built for carriers’ increasing automation and virtualization needs, Mitchell’s solution is the first claims automation solution in the industry to be created with a flexible, end-to-end framework that leverages artificial intelligence, a cloud-based estimating system, and patent-pending intellectual property and data – which turns photos of damaged vehicles into component-level estimate lines.

“As carriers work through technology challenges, and now increased requirements for virtual claims practices, the process advantages of the Mitchell Intelligent Estimating solution are expected to help pave the way for more productive workflows in the future,” said Olivier Baudoux, head of product and artificial intelligence for Mitchell.

“Mitchell is the first-to-market with an end-to-end workflow driven by artificial intelligence, underscoring our leadership in claims automation. We mark 75 years building a legacy of pioneering in proprietary collision repair data by enabling the entire industry with claims automation technology. The Mitchell team is proud to deliver on our core vision to create an open, cloud-based ecosystem designed to improve collision repair.”

For more information about how the solution integrations with carrier estimating workflows, visit the Mitchell Intelligent Solutions site.

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