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CosmosSync operates through most mobile devices including iPhone, Android and Blackberry.  

Toronto, Ontario -- July 20, 2016 -- CosmosSync is now available to all collision shops across Canada. The software solution was originally developed to help collision facilities manage images during the claims process, but it has grown to be much more than that, according to a statement from CosmosSync.

The latest version offers extensive features, including the ability to capture images, video, voice memos and notes; the ability to annotate pictures with symbols and text; real-time notifications for appraisers, managers and suppliers and the ability to share information with customers, insurers and suppliers.

According to a statement from the company, the system is designed to help speed up the entire collision management process and boost revenues while reducing expenses and improving shop productivity. The CosmosSync solution is designed to work on most smart phones and tablets.

David Richard, President of CosmosSync, notes that it should not be regarded as a shop management system, but as a tool designed to improve productivity.

“CosmosSync is a simple, easy-to-use add-on that can optimize shop profits and increase savings in business operations. This is a tool that allows collision centres to work smarter and manage everything by eliminating much of the paperwork that slows things down,” said Richard. “CosmosSync can compile data, take and annotate photographs, upload files to computers and so much more. Repair and claim documentation accuracy will improve and errors decrease.”

Richard also notes that CosmosSync provides comprehensive data management and systematic follow-up on actions and activities related to each customer file, helping to move the repair process forward in a timely manner.

CosmosSync is patent-pending, operates through most mobile devices including iPhone, Android and Blackberry systems and is available in four languages: English, French, Spanish and Italian.

For more information, please visit cosmossync.com. You can also see a demonstration in the player below.

 

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