Total Loss Vehicle Claims Software
Transparent Market Value of Cars
We know that total loss claims are some of the most challenging claims to settle.
How do you arrive at a total loss settlement quickly while maintaining customer satisfaction?
With WorkCenter Total Loss and Salvage, you can close claims quickly and effectively by delivering total loss values that are fair, verifiable, and easy to explain—and monitor and manage all salvage-related activities from one central location.
Values That Live In the Real World
The WorkCenter Total Loss methodology is based on sold and available vehicle information to determine reliable vehicle valuations including vehicle options and other value adjustments.
This flexible, data-driven solution eliminates the “black box” approach that often results in costly customer friction. When the valuation process begins, the WorkCenter Total Loss
Comparable Vehicle Database is continually updated with additional sold and available vehicle data provided by reputable sources such as J.D. Power and Associates®, California Department of Motor Vehicles, and the leading auto classified marketplaces—AutoTrader.com®, Cars.com®, and Vast.com.
Accelerate The Life Cycle of Your Total Loss Claim
After settling the claim using WorkCenter Total Loss, connect to a network of more than 350 salvage yards for salvage disposition. Since data is transferred from WorkCenter™ Total Loss automatically, you can issue assignments faster by avoiding the manual rekeying of vehicle information.
Click here to request information on the WorkCenter Total Loss claims processing software and workflow solutions for your business.
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