Oct 29, 2020

Fullbay Demonstrates The Future of Shop Management at AAPEX

Fullbay Demonstrates The Future of Shop Management at AAPEX

Fullbay, the leading shop management software for heavy-duty repair shops, will be helping businesses transform their maintenance operations during the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo on November 3-5, 2020. During the virtual show, Fullbay’s booth will provide best practices and software solutions to improve shop efficiency, grow revenue, and improve the bottom line.

Jacob Findlay, CEO and co-founder of Fullbay, said AAPEX moving to a virtual show highlights how times have changed. “Even before COVID-19, repair shops that weren’t utilizing technology were getting left behind,” Findlay said. “But in the Coronavirus era, when in-person events are forced to move online and people have come to expect a contactless experience, repair shops need to adapt.”

Fullbay encourages anyone involved in the maintenance of heavy-duty equipment to stop by their virtual booth. Whether it’s independent repair shops or private fleets, trucks or tractors, Fullbay’s solutions are purposefully designed for commercial vehicles. Visitors will be able to learn about how to properly track preventive maintenance, streamline the request to invoice process, properly price and manage their parts, communicate digitally with customers, and more.

“Managing a business is hard,” Findlay said. “Fullbay’s mission is to help make it easier for repair shops to get their work done, which in turn makes it safer for everyone on the roads with fewer preventable accidents. We’re excited to talk to service professionals during AAPEX and help them overcome the challenges they’re facing.”

About Fullbay

Fullbay provides heavy-duty repair shop management software to streamline workflows and improve efficiency. Launched in 2015, Fullbay helps shops increase technician productivity, invoice faster, better manage parts, connect with other applications, and more. By reducing administrative and management tasks that have slowed down shops for years, Fullbay customers have better-run and more profitable businesses. For more information, visit fullbay.com.

Matt Stone