If you've ever gotten in a car accident, chances are Audatex has the data on it.
The company makes software that auto insurance companies use to generate repair estimates. Audatex has information and databases on just about every make and model -- and their parts -- going back to 1970. The company claims most of the top 10 auto insurers as clients, so they handle a lot of accidents.
But if you're not familiar with the wide world of auto insurance software, you're not alone. Mike Salfity, managing director of Audatex North America Inc., headquartered in Carmel Mountain, had never heard of the company until he was told about the job opening through a head hunting firm. He came to Audatex after 25 years with Xerox (NYSE: XRX), and said he was pleasantly surprised with what he found.