Ivy Tech Northeast has scored collision repair industry technology valued at more than $125,000. It involves damage analysis and estimation software from two companies. June 20, 2014

News Release

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Ivy Tech Community College Northeast is the recent recipient of academic software donations from the Collision Repair Education Foundation. CREF has donated $125,700 worth of collision estimating software for student use from two separate companies, Audatex ($100,700) and the Certified Collateral Corporation ($25,000).

The collision-industry software teaches students to complete damage analyses and write estimates for motor vehicle repairs. The software comes with a one-year subscription and is kept accessible via monthly renewals.

“I'm happy to receive it,” says assistant instructor Jaron Grayless. “The software provides the skills employers need from our students.”

Ivy Tech Northeast has been honored with several donations and student scholarships from the CREF during the past three years.

Source: Ivy Tech Northeast

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