Mitchell announces salvage management product

Nov. 1, 2011

Las Vegas, Nov. 1, 2011—Mitchell International on Tuesday announced the launch of WorkCenter Salvage 2.0, a salvage management product that helps carriers minimize the cycle time of salvage vehicles and maximize recovery value.

WorkCenter Salvage 2.0 allows users to monitor, manage and track all salvage-related activities from one central location, according to Mitchell. The product integrates workflows and allows users to efficiently process assignments for cycle time improvement.

WorkCenter Salvage 2.0 is integrated with WorkCenter, Mitchell's physical damage claims settlement product that powers an insurer's physical damage claims processing needs. Data is transferred within WorkCenter automatically, enabling insurers to issue assignments faster by avoiding the manual rekeying of vehicle information, according to Mitchell.

Users can connect to a network of more than 350 salvage yards. They can also request bids directly from a small group of buyers for low-value salvage vehicles for maximum efficiency gains, according to Mitchell.

"Our mission is to deliver the best possible outcome, and to do so we put a great deal of passion into always improving insurance claims processing for our clients, every step of the way," said Paul Rosenstein, vice president of product management for Mitchell. "To achieve positive recovery on low-value salvage vehicles and overcome inefficient salvage workflows, insurers need consistent, real-time and accurate information delivered to them from an unbiased solution provider as part of their primary workflow. Salvage 2.0 provides this directly within WorkCenter."

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