The cutting-edge technologies your DVI system has been missing
There are a myriad of different reasons why Digital Vehicle Inspections, also commonly referred to as DVI for short, should be incorporated into your workflow. This is true for a wide range of different reasons, all of which are worth exploring.
In this blog, we will look at the following topics:
- Why you should consider DVI software
- The technology that is enhancing DVI
- What benefits do modern tech solutions bring to DVI?
Why Should You Choose DVI Software?
By far, the biggest benefit that DVI software brings has to do with how it helps you anticipate vehicle repairs. You can capture and record data in real-time, all so that you can address a small problem now before it has a chance to become a much bigger and potentially more expensive one down the road.
This type of software also helps you optimize your workflow in a way that increases productivity significantly. In order to save time as they juggle tasks on the service floor, technicians can streamline their own workflows. When a vehicle enters the bay, technicians are immediately alerted as to what is required and what information they need to know, enabling them to handle service requests as quickly as possible.
DVI technology also allows for a better customer service and a more effective and transparent communication process with customers. When repairs are being performed, customers tend to be skeptical regarding how much they’re going to pay, how much time the process will take, and other factors. Explaining these issues to customers who themselves don’t have a deep understanding of the process can certainly be difficult. With a DVI system, on the other hand, your service center can help keep customers in the loop, allowing them to stay informed in a way that makes them feel empowered at the same time.
What Benefits Do Those Technologies Bring to DVI?
Overall, these technologies bring with them the benefit of improving efficiency by eliminating data time—a fact that is far easier to achieve than the process that you would have to go through if you were dealing with dedicated hardware devices. All told, the software can be easily scaled to as many devices as you need, which, for organizations that are in the process of expanding, may very well be the most important benefit of all.
If you have any additional questions about how to enhance your digital vehicle inspection process with scanning solutions like Anyline, or if you’d just like to discuss your own needs with someone in a bit more detail, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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