CEICA Debuts New Automated Build Process for Collision Industry Standards

CIECA (Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association) announced today that the organization has completed the 2020R1 Release of the CIECA Standards for the collision industry.

“The highlight of the release is a new automated build process for the publication of CIECA Standards,” said Charley Quirt, CIECA’s technical project coordinator. “This is a significant change and will help ensure consistency and provide better quality assurance.”

CIECA will host a CIECAST webinar about the release on Tuesday, July 28, 2020, at 11 am CST, “CIECA 2020R1 Standards Release — Enhanced Quality Assurance Tools & Processes.” Andy Bober, a software engineer at Entegral, played a key role in the development of the release and will share information about the new build process. Bober has more than 20 years of experience in Information Technology (IT). Following the presentation, there will be a Q & A session.

To register for the CIECAST, visit: www.cieca.com/julyciecast.

Attendees can earn Automotive Management Institute (AMi) credit toward an industry-recognized, professional designation and specialty degree by attending CIECAST webinars.

CIECA’s Architecture Committee publishes updated collision industry standards twice a year.

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CIECA

CIECA develops electronic standards, codes and standard messages and provides implementation guides to make the industry more efficient. All standards are developed by members. CIECA membership is open to the collision repair and property restoration industries, and related segments: repairers, insurers, OEMs, parts and material suppliers, information and software providers, car rental companies, towing companies, salvage and recycled parts providers, auto glass replacement facilities, subrogation providers, general service providers and property restoration providers. 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.

Stacey Phillips