Mitchell 1 Launches New ProDemand Website

Mitchell 1 Launches New ProDemand Website

Mitchell 1 announces it has launched an informative new website for its ProDemand repair information. The site features a wealth of information about the next generation of software from Mitchell 1 that will change the way that automotive technicians service vehicles, said the company.

Mitchell 1 announces it has launched an informative new website for its ProDemand repair information software at www.ProsDemandIt.com. The site features a wealth of information about the next generation of software from Mitchell 1 that will change the way that automotive technicians service vehicles, said the company. ProDemand is the end product of accurate repair information that has been collected across the past nine decades and presented to customers in a consistent, easy-to-use format.

“With our ProsDemandIt.com website, we wanted to create a space solely dedicated to this innovative new product that really showcases how it is different from all the other products on the market today. We also wanted to illustrate how ProDemand will help automotive technicians complete their jobs faster, easier and smarter than they could have ever imagined,” said Gary Hixson, product manager for Mitchell 1.

Visitors to www.ProsDemandIt.com will find an easy-to-navigate and visually appealing site that provides an overview of ProDemand with key features and capabilities, including repair information, diagnostic trouble codes, maintenance items, technical service bulletins, community outreach, wiring diagrams, common naming convention and vintage information.

In addition, the website includes video testimonials from actual ProDemand technician customers, a video showcasing the many features and benefits of ProDemand and a video from the recent AAPEX and SEMA shows that highlights attendees reactions to this revolutionary new product.  

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