Ann Arbor’s Opus IVS Introduces ScanSafe Collision Repair Technology

Ann Arbor-based Opus IVS, formerly DrewTech, has introduced a new collision scanning solution that improves the efficiency and quality of auto repair facilities.
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Ann Arbor-based Opus IVS has introduced ScanSafe to improve the efficiency and quality of auto repair facilities. // Photo courtesy of Opus IVS

Ann Arbor-based Opus IVS, formerly DrewTech, has introduced a new collision scanning solution that improves the efficiency and quality of auto repair facilities.

ScanSafe, according to Opus IVS, is a comprehensive scanning solution that brings together OEM scanning, aftermarket quick scanning, calibration, programming, and live diagnostic support through a consistent user interface that integrates into the existing workflow of CCC ONE Platform users.

The offering is an easier way to conduct pre-scans, in-process scans, and post-repair scans. Scan results and invoices will flow back into CCC ONE.

CCC is a Chicago-based provider of innovative cloud, mobile, telematics, hyperscale technologies, and apps for the automotive, insurance, and collision repair industries.

“OPUS is proud to work with CCC to make it even easier for collision repair facilities to access tools and information they already use when completing quality repairs,” says Brian Herron, president of Opus IVS. “The use of diagnostics has increased exponentially in the past three years, and we expect this number to continue to rise.

“By integrating the ability to digitally document the diagnostic results and post service invoices into CCC ONE, the industry’s leading repair management platform, we are making it easier for the collision repairers to return vehicles to pre-accident condition as vehicle technology evolves.”

The patented technology from the industry leader in J2534 and remote flash programming provides the Opus IVS core solutions of OEM Scan, QuickScan, IVS 360, and remote assisted programming. IVS360 connects the shop with more than 100 brand-specific master technicians to help interpret trouble codes, review OEM service procedures, and provide diagnostic assistance directly through the tool.

“Our live repair guidance and remote programming experts give customers what they need to perform complex repairs on high-tech vehicles,” notes Herron. “We are proud to help lead the collision repair industry into the future of diagnosing, calibrating, and programming advanced vehicles.”

Mark Fincher, vice president of market solutions for CCC, says, “As vehicle complexity grows, so does the need for diagnostics scans. We’re excited to integrate the OPUS IVS ScanSafe technology with CCC ONE. We are continuously working to bring more value, data, and connections to our repair customers through the CCC ONE platform.”

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