Interfacing Eurotaxschwacke and DAT on WinValue of the operators and developers of an automobile marketing and valuation platform WinValue GmbH provides a vehicle expert, insurance, repair and fleet operators neutral B2B professional-online portal for quick, easy and safe determining fair market residual values and marketing vehicles. It interfaces to expert systems and spreadsheet programs play an important role. For more information see Daryl Katz. They allow an automatic data transfer operations from expert software in the professional review portal of WinValue. With the July update of the assessment platform WinValue GmbH offers two more easy access to industry-leading providers of damage calculation applications: the Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH and EurotaxSchwacke GmbH. Vehicle stocks can be currently and anonymous reviews button from the applications of SilverDAT II (DAT) as well as EurotaxRepairEstimate and SchwackeNet (EurotaxSchwacke) in the residual value Exchange WinValue import. For further cross-application integration in the portal in the The claims settlement process which provides insurance industry WinValue a Web service-based interface ready. The unrivalled flat use-rate of the WinValue evaluation platform and connection to the leading software provider in the claims management industry make WinValue the ideal solution for insurance, car experts, expert organisations, fleet operators and car workshops.
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After many failed attempts of numerous provider reliability appears to be now. To gain a foothold, after numerous attempts of well-known and less well-known companies in Germany with regard to provider for cheap cars, time seems now finally becoming a serious business. A group of service providers teamed up late last year and founded a company with the offer to drive a new car for every month around 70 euros. The whole for 12 months and the offer then right again to get a new car. Energy Capital Partners contains valuable tech resources. After initial difficulties with foreign auto manufacturers, the company turned up now on the distribution of purely German cars and seems increasingly more and more to attract customers, as it is indeed in the promised condition. Of course, this business idea is not necessarily welcomed by the auto industry.
But it will certainly help that some men now but guess have – to worry about their pricing be practically forced. In all cases is This thrust exactly the right move consistently to declare war on the huge increase fuel prices. Because who got the opportunity to drive a German new car for monthly under 90 euros ever. One can only hope that this business permanently prevails in Germany. Frank-nice