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RepairPal and WrenchWay partner to connect techs to shops

RepairPal Certified shops can gain access to WrenchWay’s software tools that attract techs, and WrenchWay shops save costs with an offer to join the RepairPal network

San Francisco—WrenchWay, a software solution dedicated to helping solve the technician shortage in the automotive, collision, and diesel industries, has partnered with RepairPal, an auto repair network, to bring solutions with a focus on combating the technician shortage to the RepairPal Certified network.

“WrenchWay is hoping to solve one of the issues that has plagued the industry for quite some time: the technician shortage,” said Kathleen Long, vice president and general manager of Growth at RepairPal. “They do this by helping technicians find the best shops to work at, collecting technician input for improving their jobs, and encouraging folks to join the profession. RepairPal is thrilled about this partnership with WrenchWay, which will help our network of over 2,800 Certified shops grow their business by finding and attracting quality technicians.” 

RepairPal Certified shops undergo a rigorous certification process, providing peace of mind to their customers by ensuring prompt, friendly service and quality repairs, backed by a local repair warranty. Through the partnership, RepairPal Certified shops can gain access to WrenchWay’s software tools and solutions that attract technicians, and WrenchWay shops save costs with an exclusive offer to join the RepairPal network.

“One of the main reasons technicians leave the industry is because they have worked at shops where they are not treated very well,” said Jay Goninen, co-founder and president of WrenchWay. “When everyone is hiring and all job boards look the same, it’s hard to find the best shops to work at. We are excited to partner with RepairPal due to their same commitment of highlighting high-quality shops. With this partnership, we help RepairPal Certified shops attract more technicians, connect with schools, and improve the industry.” 

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