Mitchell International Selected by Elephant Insurance - BodyShop Business

Mitchell International Selected by Elephant Insurance

Mitchell International, Inc., announced that Elephant Insurance has selected the company’s WorkCenter Total Loss valuation product. Elephant is the new U.S. auto insurance brand of one of the fastest-growing insurance companies in the UK, Admiral Group plc.

Elephant says it will be partnering with Mitchell because its WorkCenter Total Loss product generates fair, market-driven total loss vehicle values.

"As a startup, Elephant places a premium on partners who are able to give us a competitive advantage in the U.S. collision repair marketplace in terms of costs, efficiency, claims accuracy and customer service,” said Andrew Rose, Elephant president & CEO. “Mitchell’s WorkCenter Total Loss delivers it all, in addition to ensuring regulatory compliance in those states where we operate."

Mitchell says WorkCenter Total Loss produces vehicle valuations using comparable vehicles from consumer recognizable brands, resulting in higher first call settlement rates for carriers.
"We are pleased to welcome Elephant Insurance to the U.S., and look forward to helping this exciting young company grow and succeed," said Marc Brungger, executive vice president at Mitchell International.
Mitchell says its WorkCenter Total Loss is a statistically driven, fully automated single solution that optimizes the total loss claims settlement process. WorkCenter Total Loss is available via the web or as a stand-alone, desktop application.

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