ExtremeWrench Releases Enhanced Rebate Portal

ExtremeWrench Releases Enhanced Rebate Portal

ExtremeWrench Rebate Portal 2.1 takes advantage of the HTML5 technologies within most later browsers. Support for barcode scanning has been enhanced so that shops can rapidly input rewards barcodes via the keyboard or a handheld barcode scanner.

ExtremeWrench Rebate Portal 2.1 takes advantage of the HTML5 technologies within most later browsers.
 
Support for barcode scanning has been enhanced so that shops can rapidly input rewards barcodes via the keyboard or a handheld barcode scanner. Participating independent repair shops can now expedite the input process of barcodes by using the new optional quantity purchased text box and the automated enter key protocol.

ExtremeWrench is the largest internet directory of Independent Auto Repair Shops. ExtremeWrench’s mission is to match consumer’s preference for independent repair shops with highly qualified local independent repair shops. All of the services provided to the consumer and the repair shop owner are completely free. For consumers, the organic search results are merit based, and provide consumers with a unique perspective on the independent repair shops in their community. Consumers can view each member’s shop profile to see detailed information to help make an informed decision.

Each independent repair shop’s profile contains:
• Services performed;
• Carlines serviced;
• Current consumer ratings;
• Interactive map and directions;
• Shop survey;
• Shop amenities;
• Shop affliations; and
• Contact us.

Other Free features include:
• On-line appointments;
• On-line calendar;
• Integration to legacy shop management system;
• Car-done text message alerts;
• Manufacturer’s coupons;
• Sharapage; and
• Linkage to shop’s existing website.

Manufacturers interested in joining the fastest growing offering of rebates to independent repair shops can visit http://www.extremewrench.com and click the sponsorship link for more information.

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