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    Becoming radar-ready Part 2

    May 11, 2022
    The 1st step in diagnosing any problem is determining exactly what’s normal regarding operation. As the old saying goes, 'If it’s not broke... you can’t fix it!'
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    Understanding the relationship between the estimate and the repair blueprint is a key to effective blueprinting. An accurate estimate both addresses the questions of insurers and customers and makes for a more efficient blueprinting process.

    Fix your blueprinting issues with these 5 steps

    May 2, 2022
    Shops taking this journey should start by understanding the relationship between blueprinting and estimating.
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    Making sure your estimators understand and make use of all the functionality in their estimating tools will help ensure your estimates are accurate.

    5 steps to optimizing estimating systems

    May 2, 2022
    Knowing your needs and finding your weaknesses among recommendations.
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    What will you do after you sell your business?

    April 30, 2022
    Consider giving back to the industry when you're no longer a collision repair shop owner.

    A roadmap for the industry’s future

    April 28, 2022
    Part 2: The current economics of the industry signal a time for change in shops’ focus

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    What new-technology training is needed by your collision repair technicians?

    April 1, 2022
    Instead of fearing the future, embrace it and train for increased vehicle sophistication and complexity.