CCG and ERAC form strategic alliance
- November 1, 2016
- Posted by: Simon Wait
- Category: Industry News
Certified Collision Group (CCG) Enterprise Rent-A-Car (ERAC) have formed a strategic alliance to support CCG’s growing national network of collision repair businesses.
The agreement leverages the support of Enterprise’s growing ARMS Business Solutions technology offerings to benefit CCG affiliate collision repair locations across the country by increasing operating efficiencies, enhancing customer service and streamlining communications with insurance companies and customers.
CCG’s accelerated growth, projected to be upward of 500 locations within the next three years, will require a robust data platform to further automate and manage CCG’s multiple business development and supply chain offerings. CCG affiliates will fully utilise Enterprise’s solutions for insurance replacement rentals, while also realising a preferred rental programme when they travel.
‘We are proud to have the opportunity to be a participant in the ongoing development of Enterprise’s suite of technology offerings. Our growth and broadening of our value channels requires a partner laser focused on service – as we are – and we find that level of commitment with the team at Enterprise,’ stated Bruce Bares, president and CEO of Certified Collision Group. ‘As CCG grows its national footprint of OE Certified repairers, we are confident Enterprise will be with us each step of the way by providing essential business tools to help our affiliates and their strategic business partners better compete every day.’
‘We are thrilled to be a preferred provider of CCG and look forward to working with them,’ said Dan Friedman, assistant vice president, Collision Sales, Enterprise-Rent-A-Car. ‘Our technology products will support CCG in their emergence into the OE certified Collision repair space and as a national provider. Consumers and Insurance partners choosing CCG Affiliates will be given the exceptional Enterprise service experience, while participating shops benefit from state of the art technology.’