Mitchell 1 TruckSeries Receives Frost & Sullivan Award

Mitchell 1 TruckSeries Receives Frost & Sullivan Award

Mitchell 1 was recognized with the 2023 North American Technology Innovation Leadership Award for its TruckSeries software.

Mitchell 1 announced it was recognized by Frost & Sullivan with the 2023 North American Technology Innovation Leadership Award. This distinction was the result of research by Frost & Sullivan on the medium/heavy truck aftermarket industry and, based on its findings, it recognized Mitchell 1’s TruckSeries software.

The company’s TruckSeries software suite provides diagnostic and repair information to large fleets and repair shops, covering all makes and models of medium and heavy trucks. In addition to its up-to-date advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) repair information, TruckSeries features advanced interactive wiring diagrams that help independent service providers compete with dealers on complex electrical repairs, Mitchell 1 says.

“Mitchell 1 employs dedicated content editors to continuously upload information about new repairs into TruckSeries and its other software solutions,” said Stephen Spivey, program manager at Frost & Sullivan. “Its in-house experts can quickly address complex repair questions for all truck types. Software companies or truck manufacturers cannot provide this degree of information across all vehicle platforms to service professionals in the aftermarket.”

Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that has developed a product with innovative features and functionality that is gaining rapid acceptance in the market. The award recognizes the quality of the solution and the customer value enhancements it enables, according to Mitchell 1.

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