AASP Missouri Goes to Work with PartsCheck Live - BodyShop Business

AASP Missouri Goes to Work with PartsCheck Live

PartsCheck Live and the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers-Missouri (ASSP-MO) announced a cooperative initiative that will enhance funding for AASP-Missouri through PartsCheck Live.  

"We’re pleased to be partnering with PartsCheck in their Affiliate program to advance AASP-Missouri goals while giving our members significant benefits in operating their collision repair business," said Ron Reiling, executive director of the AASP-Missouri.  

Key features of PartsCheck Live include:  
• Ability to instantly send requests for quote (RFQs) to all of a shop’s preferred suppliers with a single click.  Shops get real time competitive bids on every part.  
• Shops can pick and choose to get the best terms, conditions, prices and highest margins.  
• Shops can build a custom supplier network and choose from existing and new suppliers.
• PartsCheck integrates with major estimating engines.
• Shops can join the PartsCheck Live network at no cost.  

Under the terms of the PartsCheck Affiliate Program, PartsCheck will contribute a portion of revenues generated by AASP-Missouri members using the network directly to the AASP-Missouri to provide non-dues revenue to help contain dues cost while supporting training and research initiatives.  

"We’re happy to welcome AASP-Missouri members to the PartsCheck Live network and anticipate a long and mutually beneficial relationship with the association and its membership of excellent collision repair professionals," said PartsCheck CEO Brad Desaulniers.

Desaulniers added that PartsCheck Affiliate Program remains open to associations throughout the nation.


More information:

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