In this Motor Age interview with Tony Molla, vice president of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, he explains how to use ASE Certification as a means to boost business and get a real return on the investment made.
Motor Age talks to Steven Stein, a 10-year automotive aftermarket veteran who is the eServices Solutions Manager for MOTOSHOP Technology Tools, a program that offers repair shops an array of online management solutions.
Matt Sampson, senior program manager of Ecommerce for MotoLOGIC, an online information system for automotive repair shops, discusses not only what kinds of diagnostic and repair information shops want, but more importantly, the kind of information they actually need to stay competitive.
Employees know what’s expected of them in their job, and of course they know what’s good enough, right? How many times have you thought, “You’re a professional, you should know what the job is, just do it!”
Congress has introduced a bill called The Federal Vehicle Repair Cost Savings Act (H.R. 4056) that encourages federal agencies to use remanufactured auto parts when they are cheaper and easy enough to obtain,
For new people coming into the industry there are two big costs that are disproportionate to the potential entry-level income. First, is the cost of schooling, which can easily get near the cost of a two-year college degree.
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