AirPro Named Approved Provider for BMW North America Certified Network

AirPro Named Approved Provider for BMW North America Certified Network

BMW North America has selected AirPro Diagnostics as an approved provider of its Integrated Services Technical Application (ISTA) software to the BMW Collision Repair Network.

AirPro Diagnostics has announced its selection by BMW North America as an approved provider of its Integrated Services Technical Application (ISTA) software to the BMW Collision Repair Network. This partnership marks yet another significant milestone in AirPro Diagnostics’ commitment to delivering cutting-edge diagnostic technology and solutions to the automotive collision repair industry.

“We are proud to partner with BMW and assist their certified collision repair facilities while utilizing the factory ISTA software,” said Josh McFarlin, president and COO of AirPro Diagnostics. “The labor crisis being experienced globally and here in the U.S. only further cements the value our brand specialists bring to shops across all manufacturers.”

The ISTA software enables AirPro technicians to access comprehensive vehicle information, diagnostic procedures and repair instructions directly from BMW, ensuring adherence to the manufacturer’s exacting standards and specifications. By integrating ISTA software, BMW collision repair facilities can realize streamlined diagnostic workflows, improve repair accuracy and enhance customer satisfaction.

For more information on AirPro Diagnostics, visit airprodiagnostics.com.

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