Cross Country launches the nation's first electric vehicle (EV) mobile charger, helping industry pioneers build out EV programs in the U.S.
Cross Country introduces RoadsideConnect™, a smartphone and Internet accessible site that provides motorists with real-time status updates of en-route roadside assistance providers.
Agero is introduced as the new combined brand of Cross Country and ATX, reflecting its position as the most dominant player in the combined connected vehicles services, roadside assistance, and claims management market.
Agero sells Connected Vehicle Services division to SiriusXM Radio, Inc. to focus on the development and delivery of new services that enhance its leadership position in its core services.
Agero acquires MBSi Capital Corp., becoming the foremost provider of software solutions for the auto repossession industry.
Agero launches the Autonomous Vehicle Technology Consortium (AVT) in partnership with MIT, with the goal to better understand the impact assisted driving and autonomous vehicles have on driver behavior.
Agero launches Blink, a direct to consumer, on-demand roadside assistance product that does not require motor club membership or annual fees.
Agero opens its sixth contact center in Tri-Cities, TN, a state-of-the-art facility.
Agero acquires Swoop, an automated dispatching platform combining towing management software and mobile solutions that empower service providers to deliver exceptional customer experiences.