Mitchell Wraps Up 2016 Roadshow, Announces 2017 Schedule

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Mitchell International recently concluded its four regions Canadian and three regions U.S. roadshows.

Over the last nine months, members of the Mitchell sales and marketing teams visited collision repair shops across the U.S. and Canada—stopping in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Nova Scotia, Texas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan—to meet with customers utilizing various Mitchell products, including the company’s RepairCenterTM solution.

Mitchell’s RepairCenter solution, which provides a customizable workflow, is now offered on mobile devices and enables shops to quickly locate OEM repair procedures, find real-time insight on cycle times and labor costs, as well as connect directly to third party vendors such as BASF, LKQ, and more.

“I had never used a management system before, but I love Mitchell’s,” said Rachel Draeger, Shop Manager of Collision Center of Milwaukee North. “RepairCenter helps with scheduling and knowing exactly what’s going on in the shop. It helps me know what’s coming in, figuring out what supplies I’ll need in stock, and it also helps me keep track of how much money will be going out the door each week.”

Mitchell is committed to continuously improving the collision repair process. The company’s main priority is and always has been to provide its customers with industry-leading products and amazing customer service. The Roadshow allows Mitchell to collect feedback from its customers to ensure its products continue to deliver value.

“Mitchell is the leading provider of collision repair shop solutions for the shops we visited during this year’s Roadshow—a fact we’re incredibly proud of,” said Jack Rozint, Vice President of Sales and Service at Mitchell International. “As we look ahead to 2017, we’re excited to provide continued support and services to our clients to help them grow and streamline their businesses.”

In 2017, Mitchell is once again hitting the road, and will feature stops in British Columbia, Ontario, Newfoundland, California, Illinois, and New York.

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