I-CAR unveiled several new products and services at NACE 2014. We dropped by the I-CAR Education Stage to talk about the latest advancements. The new website contains newly created and relevant content, covering everything from specific details on all programs and services that I-­CAR offers to more strategic insights that will help users gain more value from I‐CAR solutions. Expanded accessibility to the technical information required to support repair excellence is now available through the Repairability Technical Support Portal.User‐friendly navigation is another key component of the website redesign. Content can be found in multiple ways:By I-­CAR program: including the I‐CAR Professional Development Program, Welding Training & Certification, Industry Training Alliance and moreBy industry segment: collision repair, insurance, OEM, suppliers, and career and technical schoolsBy individual role: such as repair technicians, training managers, insurance claims managers and executivesExpandable menus and detailed navigation options allow users to see important content at a glance, while advanced search capabilities put critical information at the user’s fingertips. Clearly labeled buttons, links and a new I-­CAR Class Search functionality make it easy for users to take action once they find the information they need.“The collision repair industry is being flooded with a tsunami of new automotive technologies and cutting-edge vehicle advancements,” said John Van Alstyne, I-CAR CEO and president. “I-­CAR is keeping pace so that we can help the industry we serve keep pace as well. By providing cutting-­edge tools that are relevant and accessible, we are helping to move the industry closer to the I-­CAR vision that every individual has the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs for the ultimate benefit of the consumer.”