Identifix Scores a Direct Hit with 5,000 Automotive Repair Shops

Identifix Scores a Direct Hit with 5,000 Automotive Repair Shops

Identifix, a source of online and hotline diagnostic and repair information, recently announced that the number of automotive repair shops using the award winning Direct-Hit online system to quickly and effectively diagnose and repair vehicles has surpassed 5,000 nationwide.

Identifix, a source of online and hotline diagnostic and repair information, recently announced that the number of automotive repair shops using the award winning Direct-Hit online system to quickly and effectively diagnose and repair vehicles has surpassed 5,000 nationwide.

Direct-Hit is a subscription-based online diagnostic database offering real-world, proven diagnostic and repair information. It was developed from more than 2.5 million Identifix repair hotline calls to the company’s 37 ASE master certified technicians. Direct-Hit constantly enhances the system by adding more than 5,000 vehicle problems and fixes on a monthly basis.

"We are thrilled by our strong growth and industry support for our products and services. Poor diagnosis creates a major source of pain for shops leading to unbillable time, jobs that must be turned away, dissatisfied customers and reduced profitability. Our mission is to provide products that enable shops to find fixes faster, excel in their businesses and earn more money," commented Jeff Sweet, president of Identifix.

Direct-Hit provides quick fixes, time saving diagnostics and real-world information that allow a quick and effective diagnosis, enabling technicians to perform repairs profitably and accept repair services on jobs that otherwise might have been turned away.

For additional information, visit www.identifix.com.

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