As VP of strategic solutions, Iantorno will assist in technology integration opportunities and market awareness of the AirPro Auggie device.
ORION, AirPro’s cloud-based diagnostic management system, is the hub by which all services are delivered within the company’s “10-minute response pledge.”
Ted McClintic started his career at Church Brothers Auto Body in Indianapolis, in 1998, and went on to hold executive positions with large MSOs in operations, OEM certification and quality control.
Thomas Deacon joins as national sales director and Brian Evces as national director of Strategic Accounts.
The two most important KPIs to AirPro Diagnostics’ customers are response time and successful completion of services.
Collision Works is a customer-focused organization with 36 locations in Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri.
AirPro’s suite of diagnostic and ADAS calibrations technology solutions will be available to Spanesi customers.
McFarlin joins AirPro Diagnostics from I-CAR, where he was director of curriculum and product development, and played a key role in the establishment of a five-year strategy that included an overhaul of the entire professional development program.
“We are honored to have Mark join our team and bring his wealth of experience as we continue to build out and develop our team of the best scanning and diagnostic technicians available to the autobody industry,” said Lonnie Margol, founder and CEO of AirPro Diagnostics.