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October 4, 2017

Audatex reimagines damage assessment and estimation with Audaenterprisegold 4.0

Today is the day! We’re delighted to launch our Audaenterprisegold 4.0 update, the most advanced version of our vehicle damage assessment and estimation solution.

With the overall complexity of vehicles increasing and number of parts and components doubling in the last four years, we have foreseen the potentially seismic impact that this industry shift could have on our customers. This is why we started to engage with Thatcham, the insurance and bodyshop community in January 2017, in preparation for the changes to come.

The core focus of the team has been to improve the efficiency of VDA and communications for our network of insurers and repairers. As a result, we’ve enhanced current aspects of the software and introduced new features, enabling assessors to guarantee increasingly accurate and consistent assessments.

We’ve also invested significant resources in leveraging the widest vehicle data coverage possible, which will continue to be updated, future-proofing Audaenterprisegold for our customers.

With over 1,000 vehicle releases and updates integrated into the portal every year due to the increasing technology and spec variations introduced by manufacturers, the extensive bank of data that fuels Audaenterprisegold 4.0 will allow repairers and estimators to move towards the next generation of damage capture technology and estimation.

The motor insurance sector and the automotive landscape as a whole is progressing at a fast pace and we truly believe that Audaenterprisegold 4.0 will help to effectively serve the crash repair industry, providing market-leading insight and innovation.

We have been working closely alongside our customers working to predict how they will need to adapt. This has enabled us to upgrade Audaenterprisegold to improve efficiency, accuracy and ultimately optimise key-to-key times.

Well done all!