Mitchell Integrates Five New Add-Ons to RepairCenter ToolStore - BodyShop Business

Mitchell Integrates Five New Add-Ons to RepairCenter ToolStore

Additional features bring extensive functionality from third-party partners into Mitchell's RepairCenter platform.

Mitchell has announced the release of five new add-ons to the RepairCenter ToolStore. The company says these add-ons bring extensive functionality from third-party partners into Mitchell’s RepairCenter platform. They will be joining a wide selection of other add-ons in the ToolStore catalog, where all the add-ons can be browsed and added instantly.

"Shops will now have even more expanded and powerful capabilities at their fingertips with Mitchell’s RepairCenter through their ToolStore add-ons," said Brian Elmi, senior product manager, auto physical damage solutions. "The third-party services that shops use on a day-to-day basis will now be available to them all in one place, through easy-to-use add-ons in their RepairCenter. With these new add-ons, shops will be able to do everything from shipping and ordering parts to managing their parts inventory with third-party services in their RepairCenter."

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