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Today’s Class and AMRA/MAP launch webinar to highlight new integration, May 15

Today’s Class and AMRA/MAP collaborate to bring uniform inspection and communication standards to shops’ fingertips

Birmingham, Ala. and Woodridge, Ill.—Today’s Class, a provider of daily, online training and education for the automotive repair industry, and the Automotive Maintenance and Repair Association’s (AMRA) Motorist Assurance Program (MAP) has announced that AMRA/MAP program is now integrated with the Today’s Class app.

Available immediately to Today’s Class customers who are also AMRA/MAP members, the integration will make it easier for service advisors and technicians to quickly use and access MAP’s standards resources, especially the Uniform Inspection & Communication Standards (UICS).  

Today’s Class and AMRA/MAP will host a webinar that will provide additional details, outline the benefits to shop owners, their employees and consumers, as well as a demo of the technology. Titled, Repair or Replace: Adopting Ethical Sales Standards for Service Advisors & Techs, the session will take place on May 15, at 2:30 p.m. EST. Anyone interested in the webinar can register here.

“Previously, to access the UICS, Today’s Class customers had to first obtain credentials before logging in, look up a system or component, and then act on the information provided,” said Jeff Cox, President of AMRA/MAP.  “In addition, most shops had to share a terminal among the technicians and service writers  which often  created barriers to the information. Now, all Today’s Class users will have access directly through their app.”

“We worked together to streamline access to and ensure better alignment with MAP standards because, when followed, these guidelines introduce a consistent code of ethics and consumer protection into repair and maintenance transactions,” said David Boyes, President of Today’s Class. “When customers receive training, it will be connected to MAP ’s best practices specific to each situation.”

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