The groundbreaking collaboration will enable insurers to automate and optimize the review of subrogation claims to ensure repair costs are both accurate and fair.
PartsTrader Chief Innovation Officer Greg Horn and industry veteran Terry Fortner will share insights and strategies to help repairers succeed in the ever-evolving collision industry.
The CAR Coalition announced that PartsTrader has joined the organization.
Horn brings over 25 years of industry experience to the PartsTrader team, previously serving in a number of insurance executive capacities.
URG and PartsTrader announced the availability of a new integration that allows member yards to automatically see their inventory for each part and reduce manual data entry.
PartsTrader announced the appointment of Mark Lindner, formerly of Estify, Inc., as chief revenue officer.
Prior to joining the PartsTrader Markets Limited board, O’Brien was the CEO of Insurance Auto Auctions from 2000 to 2014.
With the ability to seamlessly integrate a supplier’s inventory, PartsTrader states that the parts sales team is more responsive to customers and can deliver significantly more quotes in the same amount of time.
According to PartsTrader, the integration provides several benefits to collision repair facilities, including fewer emails to manage, improved accuracy with fewer keystrokes, increased estimator productivity and more.
With increasing utilization of the PartsTrader platform, PartsTrader states that Fix Auto will begin to see greater efficiencies emerge as the workflow is standardized across the network.
OE parts dealers and their collision shop customers can now use a single streamlined workflow for electronic parts ordering.
PartsTrader status updates will be accessible within the Nexsyis application, and the integration will also include automated purchase order confirmation and support for cancellations and rejections.