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AARON is the solution for timekeeping of tasks, opted to enable you to closely follow the activities of your workshop. AARON also allows you to automate the tasks processes to be performed within your team.

The after sales service is a selling point and an unavoidable lever for customers’ satisfaction and loyalty. It is also a cost centre and an information generator. Still, a large majority of companies underestimate this lever of growth and profitability!

AARON is here to help you regain control of your after-sales service, to get the maximum possible benefit and to increase your turnover.
Worker
Qualified technician
Team Leader
Technical director
  •    Registering the vehicle.
  •    Starting the operation of working maintenance.
  •    Changing the vehicle location.
  •    Resuming working maintenance task.
  •    Receiving the vehicle -> Vehicle Registration.
  •    Starting a diagnostic operation.
  •    Starting a maintenance operation.
  •    Putting on hold a maintenance task.
  •    Resuming a maintenance task.
  •    Putting on Standby a vehicle session.
  •    Consulting the daily task list.
  •    Checking the list of current operations: Nature of each operation, the assigned tasks, the list of technicians per task, the list of workers per task, the estimated time of current processing.
  •    Checking the list of finished operations.
  •    Consulting tasks by technician: current tasks, finished tasks, the time spent and being spent for each listed task, the average time, minimum and maximum per day.
  •    Checking tasks by worker.
  •    Consulting real-time alerts.
  •    Consulting the REPORTING module.
  •    Checking the list of current operations (Nature of each operation, the assigned tasks, technicians per task, estimation of time during current processing).
  •    Checking the list of finished operations (Nature of each operation, assigned tasks, technicians per task, actual time spent).
  •    Consulting tasks by technician (current tasks, the finished tasks, the time spent and being spent for each listed task, the average time, minimum and maximum of the day).
  •    Consulting real-time alerts (alerts for estimated times exceedance, alerts related to waiting time, etc.).
  •    Check the progress of a specific repair order.
  •    Having a record of daily activity of technicians.
  •    Having a general statement of time spent per technician for a given period (start date - end date) including: average time, min and max per task, the nature of the most performed tasks, brands and models of the most handled vehicles.
  •    Consulting the Technicians performance curves for a given period (start date - end date) with respect to a vehicle model.
  •    Having an interactive monitoring and a clear vision of the work performed in a given period.
  •    Having a comprehensive view of overwhelmed tasks by the technician.
Worker
  •    Registering the vehicle.
  •    Starting the operation of working maintenance.
  •    Changing the vehicle location.
  •    Resuming working maintenance task.
Qualified technician
  •    Receiving the vehicle -> Vehicle Registration.
  •    Starting a diagnostic operation.
  •    Starting a maintenance operation.
  •    Putting on hold a maintenance task.
  •    Resuming a maintenance task.
  •    Putting on Standby a vehicle session.
Team Leader
  •    Consulting the daily task list.
  •    Checking the list of current operations: Nature of each operation, the assigned tasks, the list of technicians per task, the list of workers per task, the estimated time of current processing.
  •    Checking the list of finished operations.
  •    Consulting tasks by technician: current tasks, finished tasks, the time spent and being spent for each listed task, the average time, minimum and maximum per day.
  •    Checking tasks by worker.
  •    Consulting real-time alerts.
  •    Consulting the REPORTING module.
Technical director
  •    Checking the list of current operations (Nature of each operation, the assigned tasks, technicians per task, estimation of time during current processing).
  •    Checking the list of finished operations (Nature of each operation, assigned tasks, technicians per task, actual time spent).
  •    Consulting tasks by technician (current tasks, the finished tasks, the time spent and being spent for each listed task, the average time, minimum and maximum of the day).
  •    Consulting real-time alerts (alerts for estimated times exceedance, alerts related to waiting time, etc.).
  •    Check the progress of a specific repair order.
  •    Having a record of daily activity of technicians.
  •    Having a general statement of time spent per technician for a given period (start date - end date) including: average time, min and max per task, the nature of the most performed tasks, brands and models of the most handled vehicles.
  •    Consulting the Technicians performance curves for a given period (start date - end date) with respect to a vehicle model.
  •    Having an interactive monitoring and a clear vision of the work performed in a given period.
  •    Having a comprehensive view of overwhelmed tasks by the technician.
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