Mitchell 1 Opens Registration for Spring Shop Management Workshop

Jan. 31, 2024
The two-day workshop this April intends to provide service advisors, shop owners, and managers with a deeper understanding of Manager SE and ShopKey management systems.

Mitchell 1 has opened registration for its Spring Shop Management Workshop this April in San Diego, California, according to a press release.

The two-day workshop, running April 25-27, intends to provide service advisors, shop owners, and managers with a deeper understanding of how to use Manager SE and ShopKey management systems.

The event will kick off with a welcoming cocktail reception on April 25, with a casual evening reception the following day set to explore Mitchell 1’s SocialCRM shop marketing services.

Sessions will be led by Tim McDonnell, Mitchell 1’s senior product marketing manager for Manager SE; and Dan Johnson, product manager for Mitchell 1’s management software solutions.

Attendees will participate in discussions on how to use the system management systems to increase their profits and promote productivity and will be provided a practice lab with computers and product specialists.

Workshop participants will be walked through every feature of Mitchell 1’s Manager SE version 8.5.3 and other recent versions of the shop management solutions, including program setup values, inventory, reporting, advanced transactions, and integration with multi-supplier aftermarket catalogs.

The $300 registration fee for the event covers seminars, breakfast, lunch, and refreshments for the entire two days. Attendees will be responsible for their transportation and lodging, but Mitchell 1 is offering a discounted hotel block at the San Diego Marriott Del Mar that may be booked through April 5.

“Attendees will have the opportunity to learn new features, best practices and tips-and-tricks to leverage more of the workflow capabilities within their shop management systems,” said McDonnell. “The sessions will also highlight new features, uncover strategies that attendees can use to maximize their efficiency with repair service opportunities and enhance their relationships with customers by way of expanded communications.”

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