Plano-Based Repairify Announces Executive Leadership Changes

Craig Edmonds has joined the company as the president of asTech, Cris Hollingsworth was named the co-CEO of Repairify Global Holdings, and Rick Keister was named the co-chairman of the board at Plano-based Repairify.

Repairify, the Plano-based leader in remote diagnostics, calibrations, programming, and automotive intelligence for the collision and mechanical repair industries, announced a trio of executive moves.

Craig Edmonds has joined the company as the president of asTech, Cris Hollingsworth was named the co-CEO of Repairify Global Holdings, and Rick Keister was named the co-chairman of the board.

“As we move into our next phase of our growth plans, I couldn’t be more confident in the team we’ve assembled to lead our company,” Keister, co-founder of asTech, said in a statement. “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.”

The company said Edmonds will drive continued enhancements in asTech’s business.

He brings more than 36 years of experience in the automotive insurance space, having held key executive leadership roles at Progressive Insurance and Allstate. In this new role, Edmonds will oversee the ongoing evolution of asTech’s proprietary and market leading All-In-One technology platforms, lead development of key strategic partnerships, and establish business strategies to further accelerate the ongoing growth of asTech.

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

asTech and Repairify family of brands

asTech is a leading provider of remote diagnostic solutions and services to the collision industry, providing cutting‐edge, expert diagnostics using authentic OEM tools to provide safe and accurate repairs. asTech provides remote diagnostics using its patented devices and access to ASE- and I-CAR-certified technicians who service many trouble codes remotely and provide real‐time assistance to shop technicians at the vehicle when needed.

asTech also offers mobile repair, key replacement, and calibration services.

Repairify said that its family of brands empower the automotive repair industry to master today’s modern, data-intensive vehicles.

Repairify Inc. is a portfolio company of Kinderhook Industries LLC. The Repairify family includes asTech, adasThink, AutoMobile Technologies (AMT), Automotive Training Group (ATG), BlueDriver, FleetGenix, MobileTechRX, and One Guard Inspections.

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