Ben Johnson To Participate In Service Repair Leadership Panel At NACE|CARS
Ben Johnson, director of product management for Mitchell 1, will take part in a panel discussion titled “Service and Parts Info – Next Level,” at the Service Repair Leadership Forum (SRLF) on Thursday, August 11 during the NACE|CARS Expo & Conference at the Anaheim Convention Center.
“I’m looking forward to representing Mitchell 1 as a participant in the ‘Service and Parts Info – Next Level’ panel discussion at the upcoming CARS event,” said Johnson. “This presentation will focus on the latest repair techniques and ways to help automotive repair shops save time, improve productivity and increase profits. We will also share insights into new features and capabilities in repair information software that will help technicians diagnose and repair vehicles more efficiently.”
The SRLF panel is composed of the leadership from all industry segments in the automotive service repair industry. The Forum provides industry leaders a unique opportunity to discuss the vital issues, share business knowledge, network with all of the key decision makers, gain insight into the leading trends of today, and help shape the future of the industry. For more information, visit www.naceexpo.com.
As director of product management, Johnson is responsible for managing Mitchell1’s portfolio of products for the car care industry. Since joining the company, he has overseen the launch of Mitchell 1’s flagship ProDemand repair information product, SureTrack expert-based diagnostic information, TruckSeries repair information for Class 4-8 trucks, and enhancements to Manager SE, the industry’s leading shop management system. Johnson maintains several ASE certifications and belongs to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International. He is immediate past president of the Equipment & Tool Institute (ETI) Executive Committee and serves on the Auto Care Association’s Technology Standards Committee and chairs the multi-association Telematics Task Force.
This article originally appeared on autoserviceworld.com