Mitchell, Sherwin-Williams integrate software for efficiency

Oct. 11, 2010

October 11, 2010—Mitchell International Inc. announced on Monday that its RepairCenter is now integrated with Sherwin-Williams FormulaExpress.

The integration should save collision repair specialists time and reduce errors, according to a Mitchell press release_notes. Repairers only have to enter their information once and the system will automatically transfer accurate paint material costs from FormulaExpress to RepairCenter.

"This agreement with Sherwin-Williams demonstrates our combined commitment to innovation and technology leadership," said Jason Bertellotti, vice president of repair solutions for Mitchell. "The partnership is a great example of how RepairCenter's open platform and flexibility allow Mitchell to collaborate with industry leaders like Sherwin-Williams to deliver enhanced value to our collision repair customers."

For more information, go to Mitchell.com.

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