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Back when I worked with Firestone, we used their proprietary shop management software which integrated EVERYTHING.

 

Once the service adviser wrote up the ticket, a technician could select the vehicle, then with ONE CLICK, he could access the following:

  • Oil type and quantity
  • Filter numbers for cabin, air, and oil
  • Tire size and pressure
  • Wheel torque specs
  • Mitchell / Identifix one-click without re-entering specs

It was so nice and seamless to use all the multiple systems working together as one cohesive package.

 

Try as I might, I cannot find another shop software that does ANY of this with one click. Rather, we have separate software packages for each of the above items ... each requiring re-entry of all the vehicle information every time.

 

Anyone found a good one-stop integrated solution?

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