Enterprise Holdings, through its regional subsidiaries, operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands and delivers a comprehensive portfolio of transportation solutions, including car rental, car sharing, vanpooling, car sales, truck rental, online ride-matching and affiliated fleet management services.
"Our company was founded on a set of values, and one of those centers around the success we've experienced through listening to our customers and always looking for new ways to meet their needs," said Dan Friedman, Assistant Vice President for Enterprise Holdings' Insurance Replacement Division (Collision Industry) in North America. "I think collaborating with a well-connected organization like SCRS provides an amazing opportunity to hear from a wide cross section of customers and, in turn, become a better informed and more valuable industry partner."
Collaborative work in an effort to create a more informed industry isn't a new objective for SCRS and Enterprise, but rather an ongoing approach that both groups have worked to cultivate.
"We've seen the benefits that come from bringing everyone's strengths together," added Friedman. "We think the industry and our mutual customers benefit even more with increased collaboration among all of the various stakeholders in our industry."
"It's always rewarding to have such respected entities within the industry both offer more support to the work we undertake on behalf of our members, as well as actively seek more opportunities to collectively put our unique resources to work," offered Andy Dingman, SCRS Chairman. "As the challenges the industry faces evolve, having organizations like Enterprise as a highly participatory member opens up the types of constructive dialogue that can take place, and solutions we can explore. This may present itself in a variety of ways, and we are interested in the potential."
"Technology is only going to become more complex and more critical to our mutual success in both the near and long term," added Friedman. "We believe collaborating with SCRS on a variety of fronts has the potential to produce significant upside for the industry, and we are excited at what can be."
Through its direct members and 40 affiliate associations, SCRS is comprised of 6,000 collision repair businesses and 58,500 specialized professionals who work with consumers and insurance companies to repair collision-damaged vehicles. Additional information about SCRS including other news releases is available at www.scrs.com.