During the SEMA360 virtual show, asTech shared detailed information with attendees about the services the company offers and what sets the company apart from others in the industry.
“Most people think of asTech as providing hardware, but we’re really a service provider,” said Don Mikrut, asTech’s chief development officer.
Mikrut explained that asTech ASE-certified and dealer-trained technicians use their patented technology to run OEM scanning tools remotely and ensure electronic vehicle systems are returned back to OEM standards post-collision repair.
The asTech tool is currently going through an iteration expected to be complete in late summer or early fall 2021.
“One of the exciting things about the next generation of the asTech tool is that it allows for enhanced communication for the industry,” said Mikrut.
During SEMA360, 20 asTech team members were on-hand to provide information about the company and its offerings.
“The asTech unit is an enabler and I think that’s one of the things we were able to share during the virtual show this year,” Mikrut said.