CCG

Companies

The Cross Country Group is comprised of several independent operating companies. Each of these organizations shares a common set of corporate values, top-tier management teams and associates, a commitment to quality customer service, an unsurpassed reputation as a trusted partner for some of the world’s most respected corporations and a focus on innovation and the creation of real value for clients and customers.

Agero

Agero (formerly Cross Country Automotive Services) is the leader in the roadside assistance and claims management field. The company’s clients include most of the major automotive manufacturers and top insurance providers. Its focus is on driver safety, security and information services.

 

CCG

Cross Country Home Services is the leading provider of home warranty and homeowner assistance programs to the financial services, real estate, retail, utility and other industries. The company is also actively involved in developing and managing emerging connected home programs.

FRT

 

Financial Recovery Technologies focuses on claims management solutions that help institutional investors maximize recovery from securities class action settlements. Clients include sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, hedge funds, asset managers and other institutions.


Previous Member Companies

Agero Connected Services/ATX Group
A division of Agero before it was divested, ACSI is the leading independent provider of connected vehicle services for the automotive industry. Acquired by Agero (then Cross Country Automotive Services) in 2008, the company was purchased by Sirius XM Radio in November 2013.
United Automobile Association/China Auto Rental
UAA/CAA is the largest auto club and car rental agency in China. Agero (then Cross Country Automotive Services) acquired a minority stake in 2007 and sold its interests back to the company in 2011. CAA is now part-owned by Hertz China and several other investors.
MoveCentral
An Inc 500 winner that specialized in “pre-move” marketing and identifying relocating consumers for acquisition, retention, and cross-sell opportunities. Initially founded as Before You Move / The Address Express, the company was transformed into a leading website and was acquired by Monster.com in 2000.
NorCross Teleservices
A joint venture with Norrell Corporation (now Spherion), NorCross quickly became one of the largest contact center outsourcing firms in the country, with over 5000 employees. The company was sold in 1998 and formed the basis of what is now Spherion’s Call Center Services.
eSupport Now
One of the first Internet customer care companies, providing live chat, email and click-to-call services. Merged with a Canadian firm in 2001.
First Notice Systems
A pioneer in outsourcing first notice of loss reporting for the insurance industry. Acquired by CRA Managed Care (now Concentra) in 1997.