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Software updates are important practices we should all be doing and not just with our phones. It’s important that your shop’s diagnostic and scan tools operate on the latest version in order to properly repair all makes, models and components.
If your truck shop scan tools and service software solutions don’t have the latest software build, they aren’t going to perform the way you’re expecting them to. It’s important that your tools operate in the latest version in order to effectively repair the trucks rolling into your bays.
In order to service the latest technology, it would only make sense that the tools you’re using also should operate under the latest technology-just like how you wouldn’t be able to fix a chair with a broken wrench, old versions of software won’t do you any good for the new trucks coming into your shop.
New features are rolled out regularly to enhance your tools operations. So to make sure you’re getting the most of your money, updating them regularly is your best option.
Watch the video above for telltale signs that it’s time for your shop software to be updated with the help of Jason Hedman, JPRO product manager, Noregon.
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