I am a Warranty Administration specialist. I have a process using the most advanced technologies to provide state of the art warranty claims submission and audit prevention. Some dealerships…Continue
I was recently retained to "clean up" an automotive group's warranty departments at a few of their locations - they were dealing with aging claims, manufacturer reduction of claim submission deadlines, bottom right hand drawer syndrome - the normal stuff.
As the days went on, I continued to find an amazing amount of infractions to the established warranty policy and procedure guidelines for claims compliance. I presented my finding to the head honchos and the respective general…Continue
Recently I started consulting for an automotive group. A few of their stores were in serious trouble with warranty claims that were aging and an outstanding accounts receivable that just seemed to keep growing. They had a wonderful person performing the claims input. She was a very nice person. Always on time. Never took a longer lunch break than was allowed. They told me that she never once called in sick the entire time of her employment. Matter of fact, she didn't even join in…Continue
Recently, a new client of mine was surprised that the first thing I did when I came into his dealership was to familiarize myself with the manufacturers Policy and Procedure manual - and by familiarize, I mean that I read it cover to cover. This has been a process of mine since I first entered into the automotive field almost 20 years ago. If there has ever been a publication that is released by a manufacturer, which outlines pretty much every expectation they have for each of the…Continue
Are you familiar with this term: "bottom right hand drawer syndrome"? If you are not, it will likely create a major headache for you and cost you a good deal of money...
What is this syndrome? In years past, before manufacturers started reducing the amount of time they would allow a claim to age, many warranty administrators would shuffle difficult claims to a "special" place so that they could "re-visit" it at a later date...often that hiding place was the lower right hand drawer…Continue