Cross Country Automotive Services, ATX Group rebrand as Agero

Dec. 5, 2011

Dec. 5, 2011—Cross Country Automotive Services, a provider of driver assistance programs, and its subsidiary ATX Group, a provider of vehicle telematics services, on Monday announced the companies’ new corporate brand name, Agero.

Agero said it was established to create an integrated set of offerings produced by both companies to help auto manufacturers, insurance carriers and aftermarket providers manage the vehicle ownership and driving experience. Its services provide drivers with enhanced safety, security and convenience through roadside assistance, claims management and connected vehicle technology.

"Since Cross Country Automotive Service's acquisition of ATX Group in 2008, our focus has been on integrating our technologies and solutions to provide unique and exciting new benefits to our clients and their customers," said Michael Saxton, CEO of Agero. "The introduction of the Agero brand represents the culmination of these efforts while providing a platform to continue to develop safe, smart and driven solutions."

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