“How Our Industry is Addressing Challenges Created by the Coronavirus”

CIECA announced that it will be holding a special CIECAst webinar on Monday, April 6 at 11 am CST: “How Our Industry is Addressing Challenges Created by the Coronavirus.”

The webinar will feature business leaders from all segments of the collision repair industry and highlight innovative ways companies can continue to provide high-quality service while the coronavirus restrictions are in place.

CIECA constantly looks for ways to help the collision repair industry approach evolving issues, increase efficiency and meet the needs of its customers,” said Ed Weidmann, CIECA’s executive director. “We hope you can join us for this broadcast, which is aimed at addressing the many issues created by these challenging times.”

Speakers Include:

Mike Anderson, Owner of Collision Advice
Debbie Day, EVP and GM, Mitchell International
Shan McMillon, Owner, Cocoa Auto Salvage, and ARA Executive Committee Member
Dustin Nunamaker, Director, Claims Material Damage, Kemper Insurance
Dan Risley, VP Quality Repair & Market Development, CCC


To register for the CIECAst, visit: https://www.cieca.com/info.php?pnum=95e7d0f23ba794&preview=1.

The CIECAst webinar scheduled for April 21, “The Importance of OEM Certifications,” featuring Connor Smith from CARSTAR, has been postponed until August.



For more information, contact:

Stacey Phillips

CIECA Marketing & Communications Coordinator
Mobile: 858-401-2692
Email: stacey@cieca.com


About CIECA:
CIECA (Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association) develops collision industry Information Technology (IT) standards and provides implementation guides for electronic commerce. CIECA is composed of members of the automobile collision repair industry: repairers, insurers, vehicle manufacturers, parts and material suppliers, information and software providers, general service providers and related segments and industries. CIECA’s goals are to deliver benefits to all participants through reduced development and support costs, lower cost of implementation, reduced barrier to entry and faster development times.

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