Mitchell RepairCenter ToolStore Provides Add-On Tools to Improve Workflow - BodyShop Business

Mitchell RepairCenter ToolStore Provides Add-On Tools to Improve Workflow

Third-party applications fully integrated into Mitchell's Shop Workspace deliver synchronous data transfer and seamless workflow to the collision repair industry.

Mitchell announced the launch of the RepairCenter ToolStore, a dynamic marketplace that connects shops to their collision repair trading partners, saving time and resources, according to Mitchell. RepairCenter manages the repair, the customer and the business, all from a single customizable workspace. With the addition of RepairCenter ToolStore, Mitchell says its Workspace will be continually enriched with the integrated, third-party Add-On Tools that will help shops streamline workflows to be more profitable and efficient.

"Mitchell’s RepairCenter ToolStore opens the door to collaboration and integration," said Jim O’Leary, Mitchell’s vice president of Repair Solutions. "We have a lot of great ideas here at Mitchell, but we know we can’t do it all. The ToolStore brings the industry together, providing all the right tools in a single workspace. It’s not just software anymore; it’s a platform for innovation and efficiency."

Companies already signed up with the RepairCenter ToolStore include Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Sherwin-Williams, Hertz, LKQ, GRC-Pirk, UpdatePromise, AutoHouse Technologies, Airbag Solutions, 1-800-Radiator,, CollisionNotes, KPA, Driven Solutions, ClaimsCorp and Collision Biz – with more partners developing apps for the rapidly expanding ToolStore, according to Mitchell.

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To learn more about RepairCenter and Mitchell’s other solutions for collision repair facilities, fill out the contact us form on

To get additional information about building your own application in the ToolStore, click here or contact Mitchell at 1-800-238.9111.

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