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Automobile Technologies Introduces Cloud-Based Recon Management

June 19, 2014 - Press Release

Automobile Technologies (AMT) has introduced its cloud-based ReconMonitor for remarketing professionals to decrease the reconditioning cycle and increase profitability.

ReconMonitor was developed with the input of vehicle reconditioning experts and allows fleets, dealerships, auctions, and auto remarketers manage their vehicle reconditioning operation from a centralized management system, which eliminates paperwork and increases efficiency, according to the company.

ReconMonitor gives management the ability to dispatch, track, and monitor services performed by employees and vendors. Employees can create inspections, work orders, and update repair statuses from their mobile devices and vendors receive email and text based assignments, improving communication and controls.

ReconMonitor's dashboard gives managers real-time access and control with detailed tracking for each vehicle service being performed, showing bottleneck areas, and when each repair was started and finished.

AMT also offers ReconPRO and InspectionNotes software.

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