BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY Introduces ‘Jump Start’ To Mitchell 1 Users – UnderhoodService

BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY Introduces ‘Jump Start’ To Mitchell 1 Users

BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY has released “Jump Start,” a tool that assists repair shops in growing their business faster and more accurately. Offering hundreds of new and improved service categories, as well as built-in jobs, service descriptions, notes and more, BOLT ON says “Jump Start” boosts efficiency and accuracy when estimating and reporting, so shops see maximum gain from their service and management efforts.

Bolt On Technology - LogoBOLT ON looked at thousands of auto shops nationwide and consistently found that they are not using all of the features available in their management systems due to the immense amount of time and effort that goes into manually customizing it.

“We worked with a team of automotive repair veterans, who collectively have more than 50 years of experience, to develop a solution that provides a key foundation of the shop management system, and the outcome was ‘Jump Start’ – repair technology that can’t be found anywhere else,” said Mike Risich, founder and CEO of BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY. “Our hope for ‘Jump Start’ is to aid repair shops in utilizing their management system to its fullest potential in order for shops to be more efficient, more productive and look more professional, thus growing their business.”

“Jump Start” can automatically set up the management system for a shop, as well as amplify productivity without any additional costs or fees. To learn more about BOLT ON’s latest release, click here.

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