Web-Est to Distribute PDR-Software - BodyShop Business

Web-Est to Distribute PDR-Software

Estimating platform for paintless dent repair professionals includes OEM part pricing, R&I labor times.

Web-Est has recently established a marketing agreement to distribute PDR-Software.

PDR-Software, a new estimating platform for paintless dent repair professionals, was developed by Community Data Group LLC. PDR-Software is the first program to include OEM part pricing and R&I labor times for exterior vehicle panels trim, liners and more.

In addition, the platform is the only paintless dent repair estimating software in the industry that aggregates dent rates from its subscriber base and displays the average historical “community rate” for a similar PDR service. The identity and location of the users, however, remain completely anonymous, thus allowing paintless dent repair professionals to stay competitive within the marketplace.

“Web-Est is excited to bring this product to market," said Eric Seidel, president and CEO of Web-Est LLC. “For the last couple of years, many of our Web-Est subscribers who are paintless dent technicians asked if we had something they could use at a lower price. Now, Web-Est can offer them this product at about half [the price] of our full-blown software.”

PDR-Software runs on a different database than Web-Est collision estimating software. The product is available for a free 14-day trial by visiting www.PDR-Software.com and is currently being used by paintless dent repair professionals in retail and wholesale organizations.

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