Opus IVS Announces Grand Opening of New Global Headquarters

Opus IVS Announces Grand Opening of New Global Headquarters

Significant growth and creation of technology hub drives facility relocation and expansion to Dexter, Michigan, location.

Opus IVS, a global diagnostics, ADAS calibration, programming and remote services leader that is innovating the future of safe, complex vehicle repair, announced the relocation and expansion of its global headquarters to Dexter, Michigan.

“Our recent significant growth and expansion of our technology team required state-of-the-art facilities and simply more space. We are excited to build on our foundation in the Metro Detroit area and its access to world-class technical talent with a 55,300-square-foot facility to serve our customers,” said Opus IVS CEO Brian Herron.

New Technology Hub and Collaborative Space 

Growth has been fueled over the past three years as Opus IVS has introduced a stream of innovations unleashing dramatic productivity and profitability advancement for shop owners and technicians in the automotive repair industry. “The future of Automotive service is digital. Opus IVS uses its deep expertise in vehicle communications combined with a world-class cloud-based architecture and hundreds of ASE-certified technicians and OEM Dealer Master Technicians to deliver solutions for our customers,” added Herron. The new facilities boast redundant fiber connections, full generator backup complemented by walking trails, a basketball court, fully equipped gym and a bistro market.

Positive Customer Impact 

Many customers have already benefited from deploying Opus IVS innovations into their repair processes. “We recently switched to DriveSafe to scan vehicles,” said Doni Collins, operations manager at C&H CARSTAR in Fairborn, OH. She added, “It’s a lot faster and we get a lot of helpful information from the IVS 360 techs.” Industry-leading DriveSafe with IVS Trio and remote services is packed with customer-driven features such as IVSWizard, IVSMap with ADAS Checklist and CCC ONE diagnostics integration. IVSQuickscan delivers the fastest OEM level scanning available, and when coupled with IVSTrue OE Scan, OEM authentic vehicle scans run by IVS 360 experts remotely using OEM software, it provides the solution customers need for their specific repair situation. IVSMap with ADAS Checklist gives collision repair shops a competitive advantage by making ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) easy. It identifies ADAS modules and calibration requirements upfront to improve estimate accuracy, hold down cycle time and ensure a proper repair. 

To learn more, visit Opus IVS.

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