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Hunter Helps Tire Dealers Make the Most of Inspections

Posted on January 10, 2019

Hunter Engineering Co. has unveiled a new reporting tool to help tire dealers maximize their investment in inspection equipment.

Dealers using Hunter inspection equipment can use Push Reports to boost their shop performance. Push Reports automatically provide managers with actionable data from their Hunter inspection technology.

With Push Reports businesses can set daily performance goals and better identify the opportunities they capitalized on, the ones they missed, and the ones they didn't present to customers to sell alignments and tires.

Push Reports offers custom, easy-to-understand reports that can be sent automatically via text or email so managers and owners can easily check a shop's performance, and ensure maximum utilization of their Hunter inspection systems.

“Shops are investing in inspection equipment that provides the best return on investment,” says Alan Hagerty, product manager for Hunter. “Now supercharged with Push Reports, Hunter inspection equipment is more valuable and profitable than ever before.”

For for information, visit www.hunter.com or contact your local Hunter representative at www.hunter.com/demos.

Related Topics: Alan Hagerty, consumer tires, Hunter, Hunter Push Reports, vehicle inspection

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