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A short video to learn about CIECA, the CIECA standards, and how they help you run your business. Visit: Run Your Business on CIECA Standards
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While this may seem like an easy question to answer, the answer is a long one. The BMS currently contains 104 messages each of which performs a different data exchange for a specific business function. The 104 messages address data exchanges between companies to improve the work-flow between and within companies. More messages are added to the BMS with each new Release.
Some of these business functions, covered in the BMS, are:
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BMS is short for Business Message Specification. Simply put it is the Specifications or Formats for all the Business Messages (or exchanges) within the Collision Industry. It contains data specifications for:
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As e-commerce has become a bigger part of our daily lives, the data flow between trading partners has expanded wider and deeper into the repair process. Data that was once exchanged between only the body shop and insurance company is now shared with a number of companies providing a wide range of services in the collision process.
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CIECA plays a vital role in the Collision Industry by developing IT standards, codes, and best practices that make it possible for the Collision Industry to save money.
To most of the industry, developing electronic data exchange standards and codes is not exciting work. Most would equate it to watching paint dry. To those that volunteer their time at CIECA, the work is rewarding and beneficial to the entire industry. As a direct result of CIECA and the CIECA standards, the…Continue
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