Introducing ALLDATA Shop Manager

Introducing ALLDATA Shop Manager

ALLDATA says it developed Shop Manager in response to customer feedback.

ALLDATA has launched ALLDATA Shop Manager, the third addition to the company’s suite of shop management solutions. 

ALLDATA says it developed Shop Manager in response to customer feedback for a management solution that is easy-to-use, creates essential shop documents and integrates directly with ALLDATA Repair. The enhanced integration allows users to start estimates right from the parts and labor information in ALLDATA Repair or go straight from repair orders in Shop Manager to repair procedures in ALLDATA Repair. ALLDATA Shop Manager also stores customer/vehicle information, generates basic sales and tax reports and more.   

“Shop Manager syncs seamlessly with ALLDATA Repair, so shops and users can easily add industry-standard parts and labor times or toggle between the manufacturer repair information and shop documents,” said Satwinder Mangat, president, ALLDATA. “Shop Manager is also fully integrated, so our customers are one click away from the information they need and rely on,” said Mangat.

With the addition of Shop Manager, ALLDATA now offers three distinct solutions to give repairers the management tools needed to run their shops successfully:

  • Estimator –Ideal for shops looking for an easy way to create more professional and compliant estimates. 
  • ALLDATA Shop Manager –Perfect for shops in need of enhanced shop management capabilities, including generating estimates, repair orders, invoices and more.
  • ALLDATA Manage Online –An excellent tool shops, especially growing and multi-shop operators, with the ability to perform extensive business reporting, built-in customer relationship manager (CRM) and more. 

ALLDATA Shop Manager requires a subscription to ALLDATA Repair or ALLDATA Collision.

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