Mitchell Providing Customer Vehicle Statusing and OEM Information to Industry Free of Charge - BodyShop Business

Mitchell Providing Customer Vehicle Statusing and OEM Information to Industry Free of Charge

Mitchell International, Inc., announced that it is now offering Mitchell RepairCenter QuickStart free to the entire U.S. collision repair market. Mitchell RepairCenter QuickStart provides collision repairers with instant access to vehicle repair Web-statusing capabilities, continuously updated OEM repair data and procedures from Ford, GM and Chrysler, and the ability to convert estimate files from all major estimating systems into repair orders.

The free package can be accessed at www.mitchellrepaircenter.com. At the site, shops can also access a free, 30-day trial of other RepairCenter packages and find information about Mitchell’s RepairCenter Shop Workspace.

"We are excited to be the only solution provider to share this valuable content free of charge with shops across the country," said Alex Sun, Mitchell’s President and CEO.  "I truly hope that repairers will take advantage of the free download because I am confident that this offering can immediately help repairers, who are challenged now more than ever, to operate more efficiently."


More information:

Mitchell RepairCenter QuickStart Package

Launch of Mitchell RepairCenter Leads to Record Sales at NACE

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