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November 30, 2015

Autodata win leading aftermarket industry award for innovative product

Autodata’s ‘Diagnostic & Repair’ subscription has been crowned a ‘Top Product’ award winner in Professional Motor Mechanic Magazine’s 2015 reader poll.

The awards, selected on the level of interest and enquiries generated by PMM’s 60,000+ readership, are a great reflection on those manufacturers and 

suppliers that have made a real difference to the independent garage technician’s ability to maintain the high standards expected of modern day servicing and repairs – whether this is in the form of innovative parts or tools, fault-finding equipment or garage aids such as technical data, posters and literature.

PMM Editor, Richard Bowler, said: “The speed at which the servicing and repair requirements associated with modern vehicles is changing has meant that technicians need access to current and accurate technical data, as soon as it is available. Autodata’s online platform is perfectly suited to the needs of the modern day servicing professional and, with a host of advanced features to assist technicians further in their daily work, the product is a worthy winner of one of our 2015 Top Product awards.”

Autodata Head of Product and Market Development, Max Lienard, added: “We are delighted to receive a PMM ‘Top Product’ award, and this is testament to the skill and commitment of everyone at the organisation, plus the loyalty of our subscribers across the UK.

“When we embarked on developing this latest product we were determined to ensure that we gave our subscribers a platform that was more comprehensive, innovative and business focused than ever before. The feedback we have received since launching has been extremely positive and we have lots of exciting developments planned for 2016.”

‘Diagnostic & Repair’ is Autodata’s most advanced platform to date, with comprehensive technical information for over 29,000 models across 80 different vehicle manufacturers. This includes detailed service schedules, interactive component locations, quick search for diagnostic trouble codes and interactive coloured wiring diagrams. Already in 2015, over 36,000 core data updates and 460 feature enhancements have been added as part of the product’s on-going development and evolution.

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