Mitchell 1 Increases Expert-Based Content in SureTrack Feature of ProDemand
Over the course of the past year, Mitchell 1 has continued to add expert-based content to its SureTrack diagnostic information resource in ProDemand, which now offers over 24 million articles to assist technicians of all skill levels with their diagnostics.
SureTrack is an easy-to-search system that helps automotive repair shops increase accuracy and efficiency from diagnosis to completed repair, reports the company. The article categories in SureTrack include:
* Real Fixes: Shortcuts based on actual repairs performed in shops
* Tips: Vehicle-specific diagnostic guidance
* Component tests: Complete with connector views and test connections
* Waveforms: Known good images that help confirm diagnoses
* Questions: Answered by the SureTrack community of experts
“With 400,000 new Real Fixes currently being added to the product each month, Mitchell 1 is excited to help automotive repair shop professionals solve more problems on an ever-expanding range of vehicles,” says Ben Johnson, director of product management for Mitchell 1. “While our customers continue to rely on our complete library of OEM content, they also benefit from the growing database of expert content in SureTrack.”
For ProDemand users, this adds value to their subscription and puts complete OEM and real world repair information right at their fingertips to help their overall efficiency, the company adds.
SureTrack combines diagnostic insights with repair timesavers and detailed parts replacement records, all wrapped in an interactive community of thousands of repair professionals and expert technicians, says Mitchell 1. This information is available in a single location, so technicians no longer have to search multiple databases with multiple logins and subscriptions to find the data they need to complete the repair. SureTrack is integrated with ProDemand, Mitchell 1’s OEM repair information software, giving shops an end-to-end solution for diagnosing, estimating and performing the needed repairs.
For more information, visit www.mitchell1.com.