Mitchell, has announced a partnership agreement with VeriFacts Automotive.
The new arrangement will see VeriFacts provide field services in support of Mitchell’s OEM Collision Repair Network solutions.
Mitchell currently works with Audit & Inspection Vendors (AIVs) to provide field services for its OEM repair solutions which are offered to auto manufacturers (OEMs), fleets, and other industry participants.
“Proper & Safe repair is a central tenet of Mitchell’s strategic direction,” said Michael Lawlor, Vice President of Auto Physical Damage Strategic Partnerships for Mitchell.
“In new and unique ways, our software helps facilitate the beginning-to-end execution of properly executed repair procedures. However, the physical inspection of a repair facility also remains critical in evaluating readiness for participation in our quality-focused programs.”
Lawlor added that, “we’re excited to announce that VeriFacts will focus its well-reputed expertise on these inspections which can assess prospective program participants and their capabilities.”
Among other things, the partnership is designed to help facilitate the launch of the General Motors Collision Repair Network, administered by Mitchell.
VeriFacts will remain the verification company for the Cadillac Aluminum Program. Interested repairers can find more information about the GM program requirements and application processes on GM’s website, genuinegmparts.com.