SKF USA Inc. has added a web-based training and rewards program. The SKF Parts Xperience is designed to help automotive and truck technicians boost productivity and stay up-to-date on the latest vehicle technologies.
The company says the SKF Parts Xperience program is designed to help technicians more easily engage with SKF products, learn more about installation and maintenance best practices, and manage reward points based on product purchases and installation.
The new program makes it easy for users to tally points simply by scanning a box label barcode from their mobile device or by entering a part number online. Additionally, every time a user completes a training module, they’ll be automatically rewarded with points. As users accrue reward points, they’ll be able to redeem them for a wide array of merchandise.
“We’re excited to give our professional technician customers an interactive website where they can go to access all available SKF technical and training information, and have the opportunity to be rewarded for either completing SKF training modules or installing SKF products,” says Don McEntee, head of marketing and business development.
"SKF places a high importance on technician training. With the SKF Parts Xperience program, we are now able to reward technicians for not only installing SKF products, but for continuing to educate themselves on industry best practices.”
The SKF Parts Xperience program replaces the Pole Position and Heavy Duty Pit Crew programs previously offered by SKF.
To sign up for the SKF Parts Xperience program, visit www.skfpartsxperience.com.
Based in Elgin, Ill., SKF is a global supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems, and services which include technical support, maintenance and reliability services, engineering consulting and training.
For more information about SKF, contact a local SKF representative, visit www.vsm.skf.com, call 800-882-0008 or visit the SKF e-catalog at www.SKFpartsinfo.com. SKF is on Twitter @skfpartsinfo and YouTube channel www.skfpartsinfo.tv.
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