Mitchell International, a provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions to the property & casualty claims and collision repair industries, has released of WorkCenter Salvage 2.0, an innovative salvage management solution that helps carriers minimize the cycle time of salvage vehicles while maximizing their recovery value.

WorkCenter Salvage 2.0 simplifies the entire salvage process by enabling users to monitor, manage and track all salvage-related activities — including auction, owner retained, unrecovered theft, title work only, early tow, tow only and charitable donation — from one central location.

Mitchell said, the solution is fully integrated within WorkCenter, Mitchell’s end-to-end physical damage claims settlement solution that powers an insurer’s physical damage claims processing needs — including dispatch, repairable estimating, total loss valuation, repair management, review and customer management.

Using data-driven technology, WorkCenter Salvage 2.0 integrates workflows and enables users to process assignments more quickly and monitor ‘on-the-ground’ salvage inventory for direct cycle time savings.

Mitchell vice president of product management Paul Rosenstein said to achieve positive recovery on low-value salvage vehicles and overcome inefficient salvage workflows that can cost extra cycle time days and higher disposition costs, insurers need consistent, real-time and accurate information delivered to them from an unbiased solution provider as part of their primary workflow. Salvage 2.0 provides this directly within WorkCenter.