San Diego, California — Mitchell announced earlier this week that its Mitchell Diagnostics platform has exceeded three million total scans.
First introduced in 2017, Mitchell Diagnostics surpassed one million scans in 2019, two million in 2020, followed by 3.2 million in October 2021.
Created for today’s complex vehicles, Mitchell says the platform is able to help collision repair facilities increase workflow efficiency, reduce cycle time and generate revenue by performing scans and calibrations in-house rather than subletting the work.
“Mitchell is committed to supporting collision repairers as they navigate the challenges brought on by advancements in-vehicle technology,” said Alex Landau, senior manager of repair products at Mitchell. “
The company launched its latest Mitchell Diagnostics tools, the MD-500 and MD-TS21, this past year. The MD-500 wireless tablet is a system for diagnostic scanning, calibrating and estimating, incorporating Bosch’s vehicle coverage and hardware with the ability to run Mitchell’s full suite of cloud-based solutions—including Mitchell Cloud Estimating and its Integrated Repair Procedures. Technicians can receive assignments, perform pre-and post-scans, access over 1,000 dynamic calibration routines, take photos, write estimates, link directly to OEM repair procedures, order parts, and upload standardized scan and calibration reports.
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