Mistake number one: Wearing too many hats at the dealership which results in too many interruptions.
Most often the warranty administrator gets pulling in many directions while working at the dealership. Here are a few examples:
They are most often the backup for the cashier. I have often seen…Continue
Oh, my goodness can anything else be wrong in this repair order?
I guess I never will see a dealer who follows all the warranty policies, but I always expect that at least they try to follow the correct processes. Well, I guess I never cease to be surprised by my dealer visits. How in the…Continue
You think this could never happen in your shop.
Being a parent of two boys, I learned quickly not to say,”my kids would never do that.” As soon as those words came out of my mouth, I knew I would be doomed because they inevitably do whatever it was I said they wouldn’t do.
At AWN, we…Continue
How many times do we as administrators hear, “Well the job is finished but I’m just runnin' time.”
So what job are you really on when you’re “runnin' time on this job?”
That means that you are just going to have to run time on the job that you’re really on when you’re done running time on the other job that you’re not on. Then when you’re done “runnin' time” on the one you are not really on, that you weren’t really on from before, you will need to run time on that job too.…