MyShop Traffic Launches New Management Software

Oct. 10, 2018
MyShop Traffic, a management software system designed for collision repair facilities, will soon make its debut at SEMA Show 2018.

Oct. 10, 2018—MyShop Traffic, a management software system designed for collision repair facilities, is expected to make its debut at SEMA Show 2018. The new management system will be displayed at booth 30237 in the South Hall in Las Vegas the week of Oct. 30-Nov. 2.

MyShop Traffic was designed to be an easy-to-use, secure and full-service management setup that aims to increase a shop’s productivity. The software was created by 40-year auto body veteran Gene Cortes, who has owned his own facility since 1992.

“MyShop Traffic was designed out of our own need to create efficiencies in our repair process that were costing us money,” Cortes noted in a press release. “We created a program that helped us digitally track vehicles in the repair process, manage inventory and cut back on cycle time, which all have an impact on profits.”

Live demos of the software will be available at the MyShop Traffic booth in Las Vegas. For additional information about the management software, click here.

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