SPOKANE, Wash.-- Itronix Corp., a developer of wireless, rugged mobile computing solutions, announced today that its GoBook II wireless, rugged laptop has been certified by the insurance industry's top three software providers, including ADP Claims Services Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Automatic Data Processing, Inc., CCC Information Services Inc., and Mitchell International Inc. 

With these industry certifications, the GoBook II has been tested and approved to operate with each provider's respective estimating and collision repair software solutions.  In addition to the GoBook II laptop, ADP also certified Itronix's wireless, rugged GoBook Tablet PC. 

"For insurance professionals who require a mobile computer that can withstand harsh environments, the Itronix GoBook II laptop and GoBook Tablet PC are very good choices - - they operate with both ADP's PenPro estimating software for insurance claims management and ADP's easy-to-use Shoplink estimating software for the collision repair industry," stated members of Technology Services for ADP's Claims Services Group.

CCC is a leading supplier of advanced software, communications systems, Internet and wireless-enabled technology. The GoBook II received a high rating from CCC for its durability and interoperability with CCC Pathways Collision Estimating software, an electronic estimate -writing tool for the automotive claims and collision-repair industries.

Mitchell International, an information technology provider to the insurance and collision repair industries, certified the GoBook II to operate with Mitchell's UltraMate software, an advanced estimating system with proven technology that helps create estimates that are accurate, verifiable, and readily accepted throughout the industry.

"We were pleased with the performance of the GoBook II -- in addition to being very rugged and fast, it runs Mitchell's core applications without any modification," said Adam Brannon, Hardware Engineer, Mitchell International. "In fact, I dropped the laptop four times from various angles with the unit on and open. It continued to work without any issue or problem and didn't need to be restarted after each drop."




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