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Mitchell 1 to Host Shop Management Workshop in September

The workshop will help service advisors and shop owners unlock the full potential of Manager SE and ShopKey Management systems to grow their businesses, Mitchell 1 says.


Mitchell 1 announced registration is now open for its Shop Management Workshop, scheduled Sept. 15-17 at the San Diego Mission Valley Hilton Hotel. The workshop is designed to help professional service advisors and shop owners unlock the full potential of Manager SE and ShopKey Management systems to improve efficiency and grow their businesses, the company says.


“Attendees will have the opportunity to learn new features, best practices and tips-and-tricks to best leverage their powerful shop management systems at this special workshop,” said Tim McDonnell, Mitchell 1’s senior marketing manager for Manager SE. “The sessions will also uncover strategies that attendees can use to compete successfully against dealerships, maximize their maintenance and repair opportunities, and enhance their relationships with customers.”

The workshop will be led by McDonnell and Dan Johnson, product manager for management software solutions. Attendees can expect lively discussions on how to use the management system to energize their business, increase profits and boost productivity. The venue will also feature a practice lab equipped with computers and staffed by product specialists.


Mitchell 1 says training sessions topics will focus on new Manager SE features, including the time management productivity tracking program that allows shop owners to automatically generate productivity statistics, as well as the new online reports that enable users to easily access reports from anywhere from the cloud. Additionally, attendees will learn more about Mitchell 1’s SocialCRM shop marketing software that can be integrated with the shop management software.

Workshop sessions run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 16-17, with a cocktail reception planned Thursday evening, Sept. 15.  The registration fee is $250 per attendee, plus applicable tax, which covers seminars, breakfast, lunch and refreshments each day.