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AA signs up with Glassmatix

THE AA has signed a new contract to use Glassmatix, the computerised collision repair estimating system developed by Glass's Information Services, to audit repair costs within its 6,000-strong fleet. In addition to the basic package, the AA is being supplied with GlassReport, an add-on software programme enabling the design and production of bespoke reports, and alternative databases from Unipart and SVG in addition to the standard manufacturers' original equipment database.

The organisation plans to use Glassmatix to cost all bodyshop repairs for its fleet while costing all its mechanical servicing and repair work using Glass's ICME database, which is being supplied to the AA in electronic PC format. The AA's fleet encompasses about 1,000 driving school vehicles and a further 5,000 vehicles of which around 2,500 are specialist breakdown units.

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