Roundup of 2016 ProDemand Product Updates
Our ProDemand product development team was super busy in 2016, as reflected in the many improvements to our ProDemand repair information software over the last year.
As we reflectt on 2016, in particular we made great progress in our continuing efforts to speed up navigation, deliver more features and content, and provide real-world insights to complement the OEM data in ProDemand. The majority of these enhancements were in response to user feedback. We are listening and appreciate your ideas and suggestions for improvement.
We highlighted the “bigger” enhancements here in the blog, but there were also many dozens of “micro” updates that individually and collectively contributed to improving the user experience. Here’s a summary of the many major improvements to ProDemand that we talked about in the blog in the last year (click the headlines to read the full blog posts):
What’s new in the current release of ProDemand? Improved estimate guide qualifiers, codes and systems for non-SAE codes, and 1Search TSB button outlined in red. Read the details…
With our latest software update, ProDemand more tightly integrates with the SureTrack Community. There are also improvements made to our 1Search module and how search results are returned for symptoms and non-standard codes.
A new ProDemand login experience was introduced in October 2016.
We have some exciting changes coming in October 2016 to enhance your SureTrack Community experience! The blog post has the scoop on how you can prepare to make the transition as seamless as possible.
The latest software update improves navigation to the vehicle selector and supports legacy internet browsers.
The majority of our effort in this software release was focused towards the Estimate Guide module in ProDemand, as we’ve improved both navigation and data within the module. Additionally, we’ve made a change to how you access our Vintage information.
As you navigate through the SureTrack tab, you now have options to navigate to previous probable component and Real Fix menus using a link.
Real Fixes are now grouped by “Probable Component,” allowing you to see the list of components associated with the code or symptom, ranked in order from the most likely to the least likely component at fault.