CalPro ADAS Solutions and Collabtic Form Partnership

CalPro ADAS Solutions and Fieldpulse, parent company of software maker Collabtic, have announced an agreement that calls for CalPro’s ADAS IdentiScan product to run on Collabtic’s workflow platform.

Wayzata, Minn.-based CalPro says its patented ADAS IdentiScan is the first technology used in the ADAS identification and calibration market for the auto collision repair industry. Collabtic, based in Rochester Hills, Mich., calls itself a “collaboration platform” which enables organizations to increase technician productivity, also facilitating the sharing of critical information.

The CalPro ADAS IdentiScan product previously ran as an independent product platform which was sold directly to collision shops, mobile technicians and calibration centers.

By embedding the ADAS IdentiScan into Collabtic, customers will know which vehicles need ADAS calibrations upfront and can manage their workflow, including repair order creation, technician communication, search procedures, content and knowledge management, tech support and mobile access.

“At this stage in our product and technology lifecycle we thought the best direction for the ADAS IdentiScan product was to partner with an open software platform that had a similar vision to what we had for the ADAS IdentiScan,” says Todd Balan CalPro ADAS Solutions CEO. “This partnership gives us a single channel to manage in the Collision space while focusing our other efforts with AI and [insurance tech] partners looking to adopt CalPro’s patented technologies.”

“This integration further enhances our platform by expanding our customers’ product options and offering them the opportunity to leverage CalPro’s patented solution,” says Mohan Sethi, CEO and Founder of Collabtic.

The official launch of the CalPro ADAS IdentiScan on the Collabtic Platform is expected to take place later this year. Customers interested in early access can sign up by registering at

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