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Innovations in Shop Management Software with TCS Technologies

TCS Technologies’s Jefferson Carpenter delves into recent upgrades to its TireWorks software and features dealers might be missing out on.

Jefferson Carpenter TCS Technologies
Hunter Engineering, Dealerlogix Announce Integration

The partnership between companies was announced during NADA 2023.

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Mitchel 1 Adds Wire-to-Wire Feature in ProDemand

Mitchell 1 added a new wire-to-wire feature to its interactive wiring diagrams within the ProDemand auto repair information software, intended to save time for technicians as they navigate electrical issues on today’s advanced vehicles, both electric and internal combustion, Mitchell 1 said. The company’s new wire-to-wire feature takes technicians to the specific wire in a

MaddenCo Integrates In Its Software

MaddenCo is enhancing its Tire Dealer System software through integration with’s two-way texting and digital vehicle inspection platform. The integration features customizable digital inspection sheets that educate customers through pictures and videos. Additionally, the program’s visual workflow ensures that all shop personnel know the status of each vehicle and can easily identify bottleneck situations.

Mitchell 1 Makes Enhancements to Manager SE

Mitchell 1 released new software for its Manager SE auto shop management system that includes new features designed to help automotive repair shops speed up the repair process and maximize their bottom line. Manager SE users can sign up for free access to the catalogs to search multiple suppliers’ inventories to find available parts at

Epicor, ARC Collaborate to Introduce Enhanced Estimating Tool

Epicor announced a collaboration with automotive aftermarket technology provider Auto Repair Compare (ARC) in the launch of a tool that enables consumers to receive accurate repair quotes on a 24/7 basis via their preferred service shop websites. The new tool leverages the Epicor Integrated Service Estimator (ISE) solution to guide consumers through a highly automated

Hunter Exhibits HunterNet 2 Platform Upgrades at SEMA 2022

During SEMA 2022, Hunter Engineering announced its online customer platform, HunterNet 2, underwent major enhancements over the last year. Hunter says its HunterNet 2 platform is a free customer portal developed for undercar service operators with single or multiple rooftops, featuring online service guides, equipment manuals, 24/7 consumable replenishment, IoT capabilities and more. Innovations announced

Epicor To Offer No-Obligation Tech Consultations at AAPEX

Epicor announced it will offer free, no-obligation technology consultations for automotive aftermarket suppliers, distribution businesses and vehicle service shop operators throughout AAPEX 2022, November 1-3, in Las Vegas. The company says these free sessions will be available in the Epicor booths (A2238 and R9030) as well as through virtual meetings and are part of the

Rod Bayless Epicor Predictive maintenance assistant
Gear Up for AAPEX 2022 With New Mobile App

The AAPEX 2022 Mobile App offers many features to help attendees prepare for this year’s event, including interactive floor plans, exhibitor showrooms and a My Show Planner. AAPEX says its mobile app is live on both the App Store for iOS users and Google Play for Android users. Attendees who currently have the app downloaded

Bridgestone Endorses TCS Technologies as Preferred Software Provider

Bridgestone has partnered with TCS Technologies to equip tire shops with exclusive partnership benefits through their software. According to TCS, tire businesses who sell and service Bridgestone tires can take advantage of integrations tailored specifically for the Bridgestone Affiliated Retailer Nationwide Network. According to TCS, its software program offers a host of features including mobile

Autel Releases Remote Expert Peer-to-Peer Platform Nationwide

Autel has launched its Remote Expert platform to all MaxiSYS Ultra, MS919 and MS909 tablets nationwide. The equipment manufacturer says the Remote Expert platform can connect technicians with independent module programmers, automotive diagnosticians and system experts who use the peer-to-peer network to perform needed services remotely. Earlier this year, the platform debuted on the East