Snap-on Business Solutions’ autoVHC platform has been named as one of Nissan’s preferred electronic vehicle health check (eVHC) suppliers.
The Japanese manufacturer has published a list of preferred suppliers intended for dealer principals, aftersales managers and service managers across its UK franchised dealer network.
Being part of the approved lists means that autoVHC has exceeded the standards set by Nissan as they strive to enhance service levels throughout their dealerships.
Snap-on’s autoVHC platform has been featured alongside four other eVHC systems, however, of the systems featured on the supplier list autoVHC is one of the few suppliers that combines vehicle health check information with both photo and video capability.
This functionality allows media to be taken of the car and shared with customers to help explain the work that is being undertaken and improve the transparency of service delivered. Combined eVHC and video functionality helps dealerships avoid the cost and complexity of having to work with 2 systems.
Paul Muers, Business Unit Director of autoVHC, said: “Being listed as a preferred supplier is a great acknowledgment of the recent strengthening of the autoVHC platform.
“Our offering will allow Nissan dealerships to build on their reputation for service excellence by using a combined electronic vehicle health check and video platform. Put together, this functionality is proven to help dealerships identify and communicate required work with customers in a transparent way, something which in turn can greatly improve the sales and profitability of service departments.”News