In-Market Testing Of CCC Parts Delivers Increases In Honda Collision Parts Sales

In-Market Testing Of CCC Parts Delivers Increases In Honda Collision Parts Sales

CCC Parts is powered by the CCC ONE platform, which creates a single connection between OEMs, insurers, collision repairers and third-party providers to interact and transact across a variety of use cases.

­CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) announced that American Honda Motor Co. Inc. has selected the CCC Parts technology as its collision parts e-commerce solution for the company and in support of their dealers in the United States. In-market testing of CCC Parts with Honda and Acura dealerships resulted in strong increases in OE collision parts sales, the company reported.

CCC Parts is powered by the CCC ONE platform, which creates a single connection between OEMs, insurers, collision repairers and third-party providers to interact and transact across a variety of use cases, including new vehicle and parts sales, repair management, telematics-enabled claims and usage-based insurance and safety insights. CCC is a Software-as-a-Service provider to the automotive, insurance and collision repair industries.

CCC Parts is an e-commerce solution that was designed to make it easy for dealers and repairers to present, sell and source parts as repair estimates are being written within CCC ONE. CCC Parts offers add-on solutions that allow OEMs to present promotional pricing upfront during the estimating process, and to customize pricing by geography, vehicle make, model, year or part type. All parties benefit from streamlined and more efficient parts ordering, and shops get the added benefit of having their parts ordering process in one system, creating efficiency in parts quoting and back-end invoice reconciliation, the company says. CCC works with more than 24,000 collision repair facilities in the United States for estimating, parts ordering and shop management functions.

“Honda and Acura genuine collision parts are the only choices designed and tested for proper fit and crash performance by American Honda, and it’s critical that collision repairers see that they’re also price-competitive,” said Bruce Smith, senior vice president of parts, service and technical division for American Honda. “CCC’s reach, along with the ability to put a promotional price upfront, are game-changers, with better and more targeted results than we’ve achieved in the past. The dealers we tested with love it, and their repair facility customers love it as well. We are so pleased by its performance and CCC’s commitment to our partnership that we have decided to make CCC part of our marketing strategy for the company and our dealers nationally.”

“We are pleased to support American Honda in its goal of competing in the collision parts market,” said Andreas Hecht, senior vice president and general manager of CCC’s OEM Group. “We pride ourselves on being a partner to our OEM customers, and the availability of CCC Parts is an extension of that commitment. Through our solutions, OEMs can communicate directly with our network of collision repairers, driving new efficiencies for the entire automotive ecosystem. This endorsement by American Honda affirms our strategy of being an open platform across OEMs, repairers and insurers, and we look forward to all of our customers’ continued success.”

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