BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY Wins Prestigious Innovation Award

The greater Philadelphia-based company creates wireless technologies to boost efficiencies and profits at automotive repair shops.

DOWNINGTOWN, Pa. — BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY was selected from hundreds of automotive tech solution providers to rank in the top 20 in CIO Review Magazine’s Most Promising Automotive Tech Solution Providers. The recognition, in the publication’s March issue, stems from Bolt On Technology’s penchant for providing automotive repair shops with mobile solutions to make business more efficient and data retrieval seamless.

Since beginning in 2008, Bolt On Technology has created more than a dozen solutions to power the automotive repair industry. The company’s most popular development, Mobile Manager Pro, is a wireless mobile technology proven to boost shop efficiencies and profitability via advanced VIN scanning, digital multi-point inspection and the ability to take and send photos to customers as part of the vehicle diagnosis.

“We at Bolt On Technology are relentless in our drive to consistently improve operations at automotive repair shops,” says Mike Risich, CEO. “We have seen shops increase profits by 15 percent-or more-simply with the ability to prepare digitally what they once had to write out with pen and paper.”

Founded in 2008, BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY was created by Risich, whose vision of digitizing the automotive repair industry has continued to define the company. BOLT ON stays at the forefront of innovation, continuing to revolutionize mobile applications that save auto shop owners time, money and the need to write out lengthy estimates or vehicle diagnoses, according to the company. Bolt On Technology has grown to be one of the leading shop management software providers. The company has partnered with some of the largest companies in the business, including Snap-On, Mitchell1, ATI (Automotive Training Institute) and Tasco to name a few.

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