Auction Edge said Tuesday that Pipeline Market Report values can now be accessed for cars listed on the EDGE Pipeline platform.

Those values had previously only been accessible through a subscription to Carbly, which is a vehicle sourcing and appraisal platform.

Pipeline Market Report is a collaboration of Auction Edge and Carbly and offers a book value based exclusively on transactions via

“Integrating PMR into EDGE Pipeline adds tremendous value to auctions, sellers, and buyers,” Auction Edge CEO Dan Diedrich said in a news release. “The folks at Carbly have done a great job with the product,” he said. “It’s been available for two years through Carbly, and we’ve seen the increased visibility it has provided. We felt it was the right time to incorporate these values directly into EDGE Pipeline.”

Carbly CEO Scott Roth added: “With PMR values now available on EDGE Pipeline, more independent dealers will have the opportunity to use PMR while researching, pricing, and acquiring inventory. Independent dealers had been asking for valuation data that better represents the kind of inventory they buy and the auctions they buy from. We’re incredibly proud of the adoption Pipeline Market Report has enjoyed over the past few years and look forward to its continued growth.”

Auction Edge and Carbly had announced they teamed up to launch the Pipeline Market Report in late 2021.

Dealers Auto Auction Group launches new website

In other auto auction tech-related news, Dealers Auto Auction Group announced last week that it has launched a redesigned website.

The group worked with Blu Mountain Creative owner and founder J. Ashely Panter on the redesign.

The upgraded site includes an updated information architecture, enhanced user experience, modern and responsive design, dynamic content providing auction news, company updates and more, plus new resources like dedicated location pages.

“Our new website design is a game-changer. It’s a modern, user-friendly platform that perfectly captures our brand’s vision and values. We’re thrilled to share it with the world,” DAAG CEO David Andrews said in a news release.