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What’s New: In Brief (August 17, 2007)

August 17, 2007   by Canadian Underwriter

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Audatex Canada ULC, a subsidiary of Solera Holdings, Inc., has extended its relationship with Aviva Canada Inc. for an additional three years, according to a release.
Audatex has provided Aviva with core estimating solutions that help standardize the automotive claims process for more than 15 years.
Aviva will deploy Audatexs end-to-end claims processing suite, which includes the next generation of Audatex Estimating and workflow, a single-platform web-based system for staff, independent appraisers and DRP collision repair shops, according to a release.
Aviva chose to deepen and extend our relationship with Audatex due to their comprehensive understanding of our needs, as demonstrated by the superior functionality in their product suite and the high level of service we have received from their associates, Greg Somerville, executive vice president, Aviva, said in a release. We get a wealth of information from Audatex’s reporting tools, which provide us with the level of business intelligence we need to better manage our operation.

Stephen Scullion has been appointed to director, Professional Development, Crawford & Company, effective immediately.
Scullion will assume leadership of Crawfords Canadian training and development initiatives including the ongoing delivery of technical courses, development of new training curriculum and implementation of a web-based learning management system in conjunction with Crawford University, according to a release.
Over the years, Steve has played an integral role within our organization, John Taylor, vice president human resources, Crawford & Company, said in a release. His dedication to lifelong learning and his exemplary track record in the adult education field are an excellent starting point for his new role.

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