Repairify Announces Executive Leadership Changes

Repairify Announces Executive Leadership Changes

The company has named Craig Edmonds as president of asTech among other executive appointments.

Repairify, global provider of remote diagnostics, calibrations, programming and automotive intelligence for the collision and mechanical repair industries, announced it appointed Craig Edmonds president of asTech. Concurrently, the company named Cris Hollingsworth as Co-CEO of Repairify Global Holdings, and Rick Keister as the Co-Chairman of the Board.

In his new role, Edmonds will oversee the ongoing evolution of asTech’s All-In-One technology platforms, lead development of key strategic partnerships and establish business strategies to further accelerate the ongoing growth of asTech, according to Repairify.

Edmonds brings more than 36 years of experience in the automotive insurance space, having held key executive leadership roles at Progressive Insurance and Allstate, Repairify said.

Hollingsworth will oversee all global operations and continue to drive Repairify’s growth across existing and new markets, said Repairify. This includes all company operations, product development, global shared services and global growth.

“As we move into our next phase of our growth plans, I could not be more confident in the team we’ve assembled to lead our company,” said Keister, co-founder of asTech. “Cris has been instrumental in establishing Repairify as the industry leader across the automotive ecosystem. I have no doubt Craig’s wealth of knowledge and experience will further optimize asTech’s platforms and offerings.”

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