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New Eclipse tools will give bodyshops clarity and control over data

By 5th February 2018No Comments
​In the latest release of Eclipse, an information management system designed specifically for repairers, Bodyshop Management Solutions Ltd. will introduce two new data management tools to provide bodyshops with control and clarity over customer data collected, processed and stored either online or locally through the repair process.

The two new tools in the upcoming release of Eclipse are a Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Data Tool and a Data Retention Management (DRM) Tool.

The PII Data Tool will enable repairers to enquire about data held for specific individuals, to manage this data with a range of functions such as print and delete etc., and to record the specific actions taken for future reference.

The DRM Tool enables bodyshops to set up specific data retention rules for different data types. Enquiry and reporting tools will be provided to allow data to be identified, selected and deleted, and to record this action for future auditing.

Bodyshop Management Solutions Ltd., Technical Director, Dave Sibley, said: “Repairers are very aware of the looming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and we wanted to introduce a new version of Eclipse to enable users to prepare more easily for the upcoming changes with regards to data retention and data security.

“Data protection is central to all Bodyshop Management Solutions Ltd. applications and as you know we are always striving to make sure your data is secure and we are committed to keeping it that way.”

Bodyshop Management Solutions Ltd. is a leading supplier of IT systems designed to increase the profitability and efficiency of the modern bodyshop.

Source:  The Hero Machine 

Tim Kelly

Tim is a highly qualified Independent Engineer with over 20 years experience as an Engineering Assessor of damaged vehicles.

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