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Hertz Implements Parts-Ordering System

September 11, 2008

PARK RIDGE, N.J. --- The Hertz Corp. has implemented OEConnection's parts-ordering system in more than 100 of its airport locations, according to a report by CollisionWeek.

The system, tested at Hertz locations that manage their own damage estimates, is designed to cut time off the parts procurement process.

CollisionLink extracts collision repair system estimates already in use by Hertz estimators and converts estimates into parts orders that are electronically submitted to participating dealerships, CollisionWeek reported.

Mark Tomasetti, vice president of OEConnection, noted: "We're pleased that Hertz is incorporating CollisionLink crash parts ordering as an essential part of their fleet repair process."

 

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