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autoVHC Appoints New Business Unit Director

24 July 2019


autoVHC has promoted Paul Muers to lead the company.


Muers, who has been with autoVHC for three years, replaces Chris Saunders as head of the business, which is part of the Snap-on Business Solutions group.


With over 30 years’ experience in the automotive industry, Paul will be responsible for expanding autoVHC’s offering across a range of markets, including the franchised dealership sector, the rapid fit sector and specialist vehicle service providers.


Failure to sell urgently required work still costing UK dealers more than £400 million per year

24th May 2019


Annual data from autoVHC has revealed that the UK franchised dealership sector missed out on as much as £401.8 million in 2018, having managed to sell only 53% of Red work.


Red work is identified as faults that if not addressed pose a serious safety risk and in many cases will mean the owner will be breaking the law if they continue to drive the vehicle.


autoVHC to integrate with CDK Global for a seamless aftersales and CRM offering


We are pleased to be able to announce that we have reached an agreement with CDK Global to build joined-up experiences between autoVHC and the CDK dealer management system (DMS). This will create an end-to-end solution which enables automotive dealerships to seamlessly transfer data pertaining to jobs, parts, stocks, prices and more between the two platforms.



EMaC and autoVHC deliver integrated vehicle health checks and service plans through new partnership

7 March, 2019


A new partnership between autoVHC and the EMaC Service Plan system is set to bring significant benefits to dealers and their consumers.


Using their autoVHC tablet, dealers can now identify items covered by an EMaC Service Plan, allowing them to start work immediately rather than waiting for customer approval.


Franchised dealerships see 24% drop in workshop activity during Q4 2017

28th February 2018


The UK franchised dealer sector saw a significant drop in demand for servicing and repairs during Q4 of 2017, with more than 323,000 fewer vehicles being presented to UK dealerships by the end of the three month period.


According to autoVHC's latest data, the average number of vehicles being presented to aftersales departments dropped from 277 in October to 211 in December.


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