DuPont Performance Coatings ProfitNet Management System Now Incorporated into Universal Technical Institute’s Collision Training Program - BodyShop Business

DuPont Performance Coatings ProfitNet Management System Now Incorporated into Universal Technical Institute’s Collision Training Program

DuPont Performance Coatings (DPC) announced that Universal Technical Institute (UTI) has implemented the ProfitNet Management System into the Collision Repair and Refinish Technology (CRRT) training program at its Houston-based campus. UTI uses ProfitNet as a key technology tool to train its students how to manage a collision repair facility in every aspect of the business, which includes scheduling, production, job costing and financial management.

“DPC’s relationship with UTI is a long-term commitment to the educational process of preparing graduates for entry-level positions in the collision repair industry. We are proud that UTI has chosen ProfitNet as a technology tool to expand their training capabilities,” said Information Technology Services Manager Tom McGarry.

“ProfitNet provides UTI students and instructors a way to measure continuous improvement and see the direct impact lean principles have on speed of the process and cycle time. For six weeks, students see the results of eliminating the seven wastes, the increase in productivity, cycle time and the impact it all has on their virtual paycheck. ProfitNet is the tool we use to document lean training,” said Kelley Lowery, CRRT Educational Manager, Universal Technical Institute.


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