The meeting featured presentations from Jim Diciaccio of Farsight, a remote diagnostics company, as well as AMS’ Scott Thorley, who presented on Protractor, AMS’ new cloud-based shop management software.
According to IGONC Executive Director Bob Pulverenti, “Everyone was very enthusiastic to resume the Greensboro Chapter meetings and hear about these two great products while having a night out with other likeminded business owners. It is important to keep our members up-to-date with changing technology and keep fine-tuning their business management skills and training in new services. We were very pleased with the attendance and happy to give our vendor members a chance to share their new products with the folks in the Greensboro area.
“IGONC has chapters throughout the state of North Carolina for networking and meeting new vendors, as well as regular webinars for our members to continue their training in advancements in automotive technology and business management. Chapter meetings are held to build camaraderie and to showcase new products and services to our attendees.”
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