Mitchell Announces Revamped Version of RepairCenter App

Mitchell Announces Revamped Version of RepairCenter Mobile App

The new RepairCenter Mobile app adds flexibility on-the-go and incorporates cutting-edge solutions that improve workflow and internal processes.

Mitchell, a leading provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions to the Property & Casualty claims and Collision Repair industries, today released the latest version of the RepairCenter Mobile app, which enables collision repair facilities to manage various aspects of their workflow from a mobile device. The new RepairCenter Mobile app adds flexibility on-the-go and incorporates cutting-edge solutions that improve workflow and internal processes.

With the RepairCenter Mobile app, users can now capture and upload photos, send repair status updates and create new customer opportunities at the vehicle. This eliminates the need to re-enter information back at the shop and eases the hassle of carrying bulky paper or a laptop, which improves both the employee and customer process. With the new Production Management feature, staff has the ability to update and view the status and location of any in-process repair right from a mobile device to keep track of all activities during the entire process.

“As competition among repairers grows, adoption of mobile technology is quickly becoming a means of differentiation with the added benefit of increasing productivity within the shop,” said Brian Elmi, director of product management at Mitchell. “RepairCenter Mobile streamlines operations eliminating many outdated and time consuming processes making shops efficient, and customers happy, which can turn into increased profits.”

RepairCenter Mobile is fully compatible with RepairCenter and is available for iOS devices.

To learn more about Mitchell’s RepairCenter Mobile update, please visit www.mitchell.com/rcmobile.

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