|2013’s Top Shop Challenges|
|Event Date: February 27, 2013 at 01:00 PM EST|
A new year in collision repair is taking shape, with several market trends slated to have a significant impact on the way shops do business. Register for our free webinar and discover best practices for responding to competition, attracting new customers and delivering the best customer experience possible in 2013.
This fast-paced webinar will offer valuable insight into how to turn your customers into long-term shop advocates, while also providing an overview of these key industry trends:
The industry leaders hosting this live webinar will guide participants through these hot topics, providing high-level overviews that will help enable you to “make the trend your friend.” In addition, we’ll open the floor to questions and answers to allow you to get the most out of your participation.
- The Automotive Physical Damage Economy: What are the shop implications of having older cars on the road and less of them coming in for repair? We’ll discuss why average gross appraisal values are lower than they were in 2008, where they are going and what to expect in the future.
- Bringing Technology Into the Front Office: Like never before, technology can be leveraged to keep vehicle owners informed and make the collision repair process transparent. During this high-impact webinar, we’ll demonstrate how innovative shops today are sharing their estimating systems with customers, showing them their vehicle options and demonstrating the repair job graphically. This not only helps ensure the sale, but instills confidence and credibility – and creates a better overall experience for their customers.
- The Customer as King: Never before has the consumer had so much access to information – and the power to easily change repair shops if they are not treated to their liking. Our webinar discussion will cover the next frontier in shop technology, which is geared toward the need to offer easily-accessible, self-managed claims as a means to keep vehicle owners empowered and informed throughout the repair process.
Rick E. Tuuri
Vice President, Industry Relations
Audatex, a Solera Company
A 30 year veteran of the collision industry, Tuuri joined Audatex from I-CAR where he served as Director of Business Development for the past four years. Among other posts, he served as the Chairman of the Collision Industry Conference (2005 - 2006), as Chairman of the NACE Exhibitor Advisory Council (2000 - 2001) and as Chairman of the I-CAR International Board of Directors (1999 - 2001). Tuuri was inducted into the Collision Industry Hall of Eagles in 2000.
Audatex / AutoWatch
The Founder of AutoWatch, Dave Henderson has been in the auto body business since he was 17 years old. He worked initially as a painter and then a body repairman for many years. Over the last decade, he developed and introduced AutoWatch, a unique customer service solution for collision repair facilities that allows customers to see the progress of their vehicle repairs. Dave is a member of the board of directors for I-CAR, the National Auto Body Council and the Small Business Association of Michigan.
Sr. Director, Product Management
Audatex, a Solera Company
Mr. Lowell has been leading the Audatex product management team to drive intelligence, innovation, and customer value into our delivered solutions for the past eight years. Mr. Lowell has a computer engineering degree from GMI with various certificates in strategy and innovation from MIT.
Audatex is the leading global claims solutions provider serving the automotive industry. Active today across six continents, Audatex provides world-class claims solutions that help customers automate their processes; managing millions of claims each year efficiently and effectively, and resolving billions of dollars in claims settlements. For more information, please visit our website at www.audatex.us.
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