Progi is proud to announce the addition of two major partners to its OEM Certifications feature in ProgiSync.

Consolidated Collision Services (CCS) is the first collision network to adopt the functionality for all its certified locations. Mike Beier, General Manager at CCS mentioned:
“CCS jumped at the opportunity to be the first collision network to partner with Progi to utilize OEM Certification in ProgiSync for all our certified locations. We believe showcasing our advanced OE certifications gives us a distinct advantage and demonstrates to our partners that we are committed to being a leader in the adaptation on new technology to improve claims processes and outcomes.”
Other collision shop networks have also expressed their interest.

Among insurers, Wawanesa’s trusted partners have been benefiting from the functionality since the beginning of April. Other insurers will be joining soon.

Launched last autumn, the feature is designed to showcase collision shops’ expertise by displaying their OEM certifications to their insurance and network partners in ProgiSync. A recent improvement, developed in collaboration with the OEConnection team, now enables CCC certifications to be integrated automatically, without the intervention of the collision shop or insurer. “In addition to making administrative tasks more efficient, this integration ensures that certification data is accurate and compliant,” emphasizes Normand Séguin, OEConnection Business Development Consultant for Québec.