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In the first edition of FenderBender's Vision podcast, columnist Kevin Rains discusses how he found his core business and leadership philosophies—and what any shop operator can do to instill a positive culture in his or her business.
Mitchell’s Blockchain Solution markets itself as a secure solution for sharing data amongst those in the collision repair and insurance claims industries; but what does blockchain mean for your business?
Jack Rozint, vice president of sales and service of the auto physical damage business unit for Mitchell International gives insight on what blockchain is and how it will impact shops in the future.
Doug Irish, Co-chair of the insurer-repairer relations committee for the collision industry conference and president and CEO of Accuracy Driven 4, discusses his take on the recent lawsuits involving body shops and insurers. Download
Brother and sister Kevin Rains and Kelli Rains Back made the decision last summer to take their independently owned facilities (at the time, Rains had two and Rains Back had one) and align with CARSTAR. Rains and Rains Back talk about what went into the decision and share tips for shop owners that may be struggling with a similar decision. Download
FenderBender spoke with Assured Performance CEO Scott Biggs about how telematics technology will change collision repair shops' access to OEM information and the public's perception of OEM certifications. Read more at http://collisioncast.libsyn.com/#zJlE4zWSbhxsbhbv.99
Dave Ludwig, owner of Prestige Auto Body, outlines what resources and traits shop owners should look to when hiring front office staff.Download
Join FenderBender staff writer Noura Elmanssy and Director of Operations and Administration for the Collision Repair Education and winner of the 2017 FenderBender Wild Card Award, Melissa Marscin to discuss the ways shops can get involved and help the technician shortage.Download