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Mark Fincher

Vice President Market Solutions

CCC Information Services Inc

HQ Phone:  (312) 222-4636

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CCC Information Services Inc

444 Merchandise Mart Plaza

Chicago, Illinois,60654

United States

Company Description

CCC brings together what matters most - insight to make the best decisions, connections into the industry's leading auto claims network and superior productivity through an innovative single platform. Founded in 1980, CCC is the nation's leading provider of ad... more

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M2 Automotive Inc.


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CIECA - Collision Industry Electronic Commerce Association

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SCRS

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CIECA - Board of Directors

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NABC - National Auto Body Council

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A look at ownership, control and service under CCC's BMS solution for the industry | Repairer Driven News

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"We're helping the shops control that data," said Mark Fincher, CCC vice president of market solutions.
He said CCC "defined a series of messages" which would likely be needed for each industry (for example, car rental companies), and only those fields would be transmitted to the third-party companies within that industry with CCC apps (for example, Hertz and Enterprise). The industry blocks of messages are a mix of those CIECA has flagged as relevant to various sectors and CCC's own decision-making, according to Fincher. While shops and developers can offer feedback on what groups of messages can be transmitted per industry, they can't set up the system to restrict or expand that series to certain business partners beyond that. They don't appear to have had that capability with EMS now, though. CCC will vet "apps," but minimally, checking for relevance to collision repair and CIECA membership, it said. The company doesn't want unrelated businesses "trying to get some access to some shops" on there spamming collision repairers, Fincher explained Friday. Everyone in the industry's welcome, and CCC wouldn't exclude non-CCC clients, he said. "There's nothing that we're controlling," Fincher said Friday. "We are not claiming ownership of the data," Fincher said Friday. But the information does rest with the company - sort of. If body shops and third-party recipients just retained copies of the unencrypted BMS XML files and disseminated them all over without any encryption or parsing, "we're kind of back where we started," Fincher said: Unsecure customer, claim and car information flies around through raw dBase IV files. Some sort of system was needed to convert the data into encrypted BMS messages and send them to another BMS-capable source which can decrypt them, Fincher said. In this case, that's CCC sending and the companies in the Secure Share program receiving - for the fees above. (The BMS standard doesn't produce encrypted messages per se; however, its XML outputs can be easily encrypted by off-the-shelf software for additional security not necessarily possible with the obsolete EMS messaging format. CCC will subject BMS messages transmitted through Secure Share to 128-bit encryption.) "Anybody can connect to us," Fincher said. "... There's nothing nefarious here." For the majority of smaller shops, these questions are going to be merely philosophical, not practical, unless the shop wants to internally set up a system to encrypt, parse, store and disseminate their own BMS XML files. Otherwise, they'll need to have someone manage that process; in this case, CCC. Shops with the kind of infrastructure to manage the files or BMS process in-house should contact CCC to discuss this further. "We have a couple customers" with greater technical capabilities and interest, Fincher said.


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