Diagnostic Network announced a new Bounty program available at DIAG.NET. The new program enables members to add a reward (Bounty) to their support request where members can ultimately get compensated for their support. The Bounty system will feature the use of Diagnostic Network Tokens (DNT) which will be stored in each member’s account.
“While there is technical support taking place within the platform today, many modern problems can become quite complex and require a significant time investment for those providing support. This new system provides a compensation method unlike anything in existence today within a platform dedicated to service industry professionals. Members will be able to use DNT as currency within the platform to purchase merchandise, reused to post a bounty, or withdrawn for cash for a small fee,” said Scott Brown, Diagnostic Network president.
Mr. Brown announced Bounties to hundreds of service industry professionals attending the annual Technician Service Training (TST) "Big Event" in Tarrytown, NY. “We chose to announce this new feature at the same event we announced the creation of Diagnostic Network 12 months earlier. TST is a big supporter of Diagnostic Network and helped us get our venture off the ground, and [we] felt it was fitting to return and unveil this new feature to the great service professionals in attendance. And to commemorate the anniversary of our announcement, we’re providing an opportunity for all new members through a special offer on an annual membership. $219 will get members one year of Diagnostic Network access, a gift package, and 10 DN Tokens through April 30th, 2019,” Brown added.
Diagnostic Network is a next-generation community platform designed to enable successful repair of modern vehicles through peer discussion, partner collaboration and education. Diagnostic Network officially went online May 27, 2018 through the support of industry partners who provide the tools, equipment, software, and training for the vehicle service industry. Diagnostic Network is focused on creating a bi-directional channel between all parties.