ALLDATA Surpasses 75,000 Aftermarket Repair Shop Subscribers - BodyShop Business

ALLDATA Surpasses 75,000 Aftermarket Repair Shop Subscribers

ALLDATA LLC announced it has surpassed 75,000 automotive repair shop subscribers.

Reflecting on the accomplishment, ALLDATA President Jeff Lagges said,
"It seems as if we just celebrated our 70,000th customer. When we
reached that milestone less than two years ago, I attributed the
achievement to the deep appreciation and respect we have for our
customers and the dedication of our employees. Both are more true today
than ever before in our 24-year history."

ALLDATA was founded in 1986 in Elk Grove, Calif., and was among the
first in the North American market with an electronic automotive repair
manual. All repair procedures and diagrams in the product are directly
from the vehicle manufacturers; data is never edited or summarized.
ALLDATA’s database contains more than 22,000 engine-specific
vehicles from 1982 to current.

"As the market leader, we know we have to work hard and smart to
anticipate the needs of a rapidly changing marketplace," Lagges
continues. "We are doing just that with cutting-edge technology,
enhancements to ALLDATA Collision, major updates to our core product,
ALLDATA Repair, and expansion into new markets. We are committed to our
customers and their needs, and we will continue to develop products to
help automotive repair shop owners profitably manage and market their
businesses."


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