AudaExplore Donates Millions in Subscriptions Through Ed. Foundation
Jan. 18, 2016—AudaExplore, a Solera Company, announced that it has donated over $3 million in software through the Collision Repair Education Foundation to various schools across the country.
The Audatex Education Institutions Program began in 2010 and has helped more than 250 collision repair programs with donations of its software through its partnership with the Education Foundation.
Under the Audatex Educational Institutions Program, AudaExpore provides a free comprehensive software and training package to vocational and technical schools throughout the U.S. In order to qualify, schools must complete an online survey conducted by the Collision Repair Education Foundation.
“Thank you to AudaExplore, a Solera Company for continuing to support the Collision Repair Education Foundation and collision schools across the country with their Audatex Educational Institutions Program,” said Clark Plucinski, Collision Repair Education Foundation executive director. “We hear all the time from instructors that this type of program can make a huge difference in the students’ education, but it is not always possible to get due to limited school funding. AudaExplore understands that by training the students in the latest technology today, it will improve the future of the entire industry.”
“AudaExplore is proud and extremely pleased to offer this benefit to schools and students through the Foundation”, said Rick Tuuri, VP of industry relations, AudaExplore, a Solera Company. “We have supported the Foundation since inception, and with this program, we can directly contribute to the future of our industry. After all is said and done, it all starts with an estimate, so it is critical that students get trained with state-of-the art technology.”