Autotext.me Has Update for Digital Vehicle Inspection Software

July 6, 2017
Dallas, Texas-based Autotext.me, a provider of shop management and digital customer service technology, has released Digital Vehicle Inspection (DVI) 2.0.

Dallas, Texas-based Autotext.me, a provider of shop management and digital customer service technology, has released Digital Vehicle Inspection (DVI) 2.0.

The company says the software update provides stronger performance and stability along with a sleeker, more intuitive design, including a visual tire inspection section.

The new release is 100% configurable to suit a shop’s individual needs and gives shops the ability to complete multiple digital inspections for a single vehicle .

In addition, Autotext.me's new DVI enables shops to further automate their customer communication with more mobile-friendly, streamlined reports, which are directly accessible from a browser with no app required.

The company says digital vehicle inspections educate customers with a better understanding as to why repairs are needed, leading to higher average repair orders

Autotext.me integrates variety of shop management systems and focuses on streamlining and simplifying everyday processes to provide shops with greater productivity, a stronger competitive advantage, and an enhanced customer experience.

For more information, visit www.autotext.me.

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