Mike Anderson on KPIs

Dec. 18, 2017

Longtime industry consultant and FenderBender columnist Mike Anderson offers a deep dive into the numbers that drive successful repair businesses—and why so many shops fall short

Only 57 percent of single-location, independent repair shops routinely routinely track key performance indicators (KPIs), according to the just released 2016 FenderBender KPI Survey. And that’s compared to 89 percent of all other shops. MSOs, dealerships, franchises—they all track at a significantly higher rate. So, where, and why, are independent shops falling behind? What are the numbers that all shops, regardless of size or scale, should track? What can shop operators do to use these numbers to drive success? FenderBender columnist Mike Anderson answers these questions and more in this episode of CollisionCast.

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