Auto Claims & Insurance Management Software
Auto Physical Damage Solutions
Through industry-leading technologies and 75 years of experience, we simplify and accelerate auto collision repair and claims management with the broadest range of technology solutions, networks and partners in the P&C industry. Our best-in-class products and services make it easier for you to get claims processed and vehicle owners back on the road.
You Can Count on Our Solutions at Every Stage of the Claims Process
We help manage more than $25 billion in claims and 8 million appraisals annually, with intelligent, integrated solutions for nearly every stage of the claim.
Oversee the entire auto physical damage claims process efficiently and accurately.
Leverage tools and technologies designed to help you repair even the most complex vehicle makes and models.
Increase customer loyalty while reinforcing proper, safe vehicle repair standards.
Open, Trusted Solutions, 75 Years in the Making
Since producing the automotive industry’s first collision estimating guides in 1946 to unveiling our game-changing claims automation technology in 2019, we have maintained a relentless focus on creating intelligent, integrated collision repair and claims solutions that support efficient, accurate workflows and proper, safe repair.
Advanced technologies and partnerships for automated claims solutions that suit your unique business needs.
Whether it’s the industry’s first cloud-based estimating system, or our integrated parts and labor data, our ecosystem of cloud-based solutions deliver what you need, when you need it.
Integrated Repair Technology
From diagnostic scanning to ADAS calibration, our solutions are built to help you streamline your workflow while delivering proper, safe vehicle repairs.
Our roots in auto physical damage run deep, and so does our commitment to the industry. We partner with insurers, repairers, OEMs and technology providers to create brighter outcomes for all.
We Connect More Than 300 Insurance Carriers & 20,000 Collision Repair Facilities in North America
From First Notice of Loss (FNOL) to settlement, we provide intuitive technologies designed to streamline loss profiling and dispatch, damage appraisal, compliance review, repair management, diagnostics, total loss, analytics, reporting and more.
By leveraging our proprietary data, cloud-based tools, open ecosystem and advanced technologies, as well as a network rich with industry-leading organizations, we offer auto insurance carriers, collision repairers and OEMs solutions and services that are designed to meet unique needs and overall business objectives—all, while keeping customers satisfied.
The Latest News in Auto Physical Damage
Keep up with all of the latest news from Mitchell Auto Physical Damage and other important headlines from the Enlyte family of businesses.Read More
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Unique Perspectives From Industry Experts
With an unmatched history of expertise and experience, we offer a unique perspective that only Mitchell APD can bring to the market. Explore our insights to learn about the latest in claims, repair and vehicle advancements to see where the market is heading, and how you can be prepared for what’s next.
Plugged In: EV Collision Insights Q4 2022
February 15, 2023
In Q4 2022, electric vehicle (EV) repairable claims frequency rose to 1.1% in the U.S. and 2.26% in Canada. Tesla continues to dominate EV market share in both countries with 76.78% in the US and 70.21% in Canada. The Ford Mustang Mach-E moved up to fourth position in U.S. EV frequency, displacing the Tesla Model X. Q4 2022 also saw the first appearance of the Hummer EV in a U.S. collision repair facility (none reported in Canada thus far) as well as the Ford F-150 Lightning EV in a Canadian repair facility following its Q3 2022 debut in U.S. auto body shops.