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Start Using the New NMVTIS Dashboard Reports Today

The NMVTIS Dashboard is now available to ISO ClaimSearch® auto insurer subscribers who use our NMVTIS reporting service. Join the NMVTIS Dashboard training web seminar on Thursday, June 19, to see the new tool in action. During the session, available to all NMVTIS subscribers, you’ll learn how to take advantage of the features the dashboard has to offer, including:

  • daily refresh of reported data
  • an environment for monitoring your company’s NMVTIS compliance efforts
  • the ability to compare your performance with your peers
  • the capability to drill down to specific situations that warrant investigation

The phased rollout of the dashboard was complete by June 1. The new dashboard replaces the static monthly reports previously available through our integrated reports. Historical static reports for January 2011 through April 2014 will remain available on the dashboard. However, the link to those reports will no longer appear after the end of June but instead can be accessed through the NMVTIS Dashboard.

Thursday, June 19 @ 2:00 p.m. (ET)

The American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) designated ISO ClaimSearch as an authorized “data consolidator” for reporting information to the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS). Insurers, salvage pools, recyclers, shredders, dismantlers, and junk yards can report required information through ISO ClaimSearch to comply with the NMVTIS reporting requirements. The new dashboard provides robust data on total-loss reporting to ISO ClaimSearch and supports reconciling total-loss reporting with NMVTIS compliance reporting. The web seminars are free but space is limited, so please register early. For more information contact Customer Support at 1-800-888-4476 or

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