Mitchell 1 unveils all truck makes shop management system

Mitchell 1 unveils all truck makes shop management system

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Mitchell 1 introduced its newest solution for the commercial trucking industry: Manager SE Truck Edition, a shop management software for repair shops that service all makes of Class 4-8 trucks.

According to Mitchell 1, Manager SE Truck Edition is a complete system to help medium- and heavy-duty truck repair businesses streamline repair processes, improve communication inside the shop, engage with customers, track performance and increase revenue per repair order. Features include: built-in business reporting, an interactive Work in Progress dashboard, customer engagement tools, appointment scheduling, plate-to-VIN decoding and automated data recovery.

Manager SE Truck Edition integrates into Mitchell 1’s TruckSeries repair information, giving independent truck repair shops immediate access to repair information, trouble code diagnostic procedures, labor estimating and management tools on one platform, the company explained.

The detailed overview of business activities and performance offered by Manager SE Truck Edition gives shops greater control and visibility to track vehicle repairs through every step of the process to be sure they are on schedule and contributing to the bottom line, Mitchell 1 stated. Additionally, when combined with the optional ProPack customer communication toolbox, truck repair shops can quickly and easily build custom inspection worksheets specific to their needs.

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