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Membership in various industry associations is the very best way for our company to anticipate and participate in the evolution of the collision industry. It is a way to be in the lead rather than in the pack. And we encourage all our customers and industry business associations to get involved and stay involved . . . at whatever level is possible. The following list are some of the numerous benefits ComputerLogic gains from our membership in the industry associations listed below.
  • Being involved in the action in the industry
  • Helping to develop solutions
  • Understanding why solutions are created
  • Working with your business partners
  • Leveraging the power of standards
  • Networking with industry leaders
  • Education and knowledge exchange
  • Industry recognition
Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association
Beginning in the early 1990s, the biggest cost related problem facing the collision repair industry was the lack of shared communication capabilities among the three major estimating products (ADP®, CCC®, and Mitchell®). Furthermore, a major contributing factor to this problem was the absence of estimating management standards. Therefore, by the mid-1990s, collision industry leaders established a need for a voluntary membership organization to address the absence of standards and guidelines in estimating management and electronic commerce. Composed of member from all segments of collision repair, the Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association (CIECA) was created to assist auto repair professionals in the use of information technology for electronic commerce.
Society of Collision Repair Specialists
The Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) is an organization committed to expanding the future of the collision repair industry, and to enhancing the professional image and expertise of its members. Through its direct members and 36 affiliate associations, SCRS is comprised of 9,000 collision repair businesses and 76,000 specialized professionals who work every day with consumers and insurance companies to repair collision-damaged vehicles.
Collision Industry Conference
The mission of the Collision Industry Conference (CIC) is to provide a forum for discussion of national issues affecting the various segments involved in the collision repair industry. Participation in CIC is open to all individuals who share an interest in the collision industry. There are no "members" of CIC, only participants. All participants share an equal standing.
National Auto Body Council
The National Auto Body Council is a not-for-profit organization committed to the goal of improving the image of all dedicated professionals in the collision repair industry. NABC's mission is to develop and implement programs and activities to enhance the image of the Collision Repair Industry.
Automotive Service Association
On behalf of over 12,000 ASA members throughout the United States and in several other countries, welcome to the Automotive Service Association's (ASA's) site on the World Wide Web. Backed by a 50-year history, ASA has been the leading organization for owners and managers of automotive service businesses that strive to deliver excellence in service and repairs to consumers.