The volume of data and information is growing at a staggering rate. We make sense of this noise of data to uncover actionable intelligence that bring our customers the most accurate and granular data on vehicles and their values.
Autovista Group provides trusted pricing and specification insights for Europe’s automotive decision-makers. We help them to understand how to price, when and where to sell, and how to manage risk. We combine unrivalled automotive experience with cutting-edge systems and best-in-class data, enabling our expert analysts to turn data into insights and provide customers with business-critical industry intelligence.
Our customers are busy people. They need to have the best information at their fingertips to make rapid decisions that drive their revenues and reduce their risks. That’s why we are obsessed with accuracy.
Trust is important to us. We don’t ever take the confidence that our customers show us for granted, we constantly strive to demonstrate that we are reliable and trustworthy. We scrutinise our processes and make sure that we go about business in the right way.
We are a band of ambitious and inquisitive individuals, with a relentless and unwavering interest in what makes our customers and our market tick. This intelligence guides our decision-making, our strategic thinking and our product development.
This is the way we roll. Our values are core to everything we do as a business and they set the tone for how we treat each other and our customers. We value everybody’s unique contribution.
At Autovista, we value mobility for all. It describes how we do business, the positive change we want to see and our approach to sustainable growth. It means being responsible corporate citizens.
1933 was a pivotal year in automotive history. William Glass, an engineer by trade, publishes the first Glass’s Guide to Car Values. It quickly becomes the most trusted source of used car values for decades to come.
In the middle of the century, Hanns W. Schwacke and Helmuth H. step up to the mark to create outstanding used car price lists in continental Europe. Launching subsidiaries in several countries, our pan-European reach is born.
In 2000, Eurotax, Schwacke and Glass’s merge to create EurotaxGlass’s - the European market leader in automotive business intelligence. We reach to provide the strongest, most comprehensive data in the industry.
The acquisition of Grey Hen, a Finnish company, brings us sophisticated modelling and stock profiling tools that give us the power to create excellent valuations. Grey Hen also owns the powerful brand name, Autovista.