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Hunter Engineering is featuring NEW Push Reports at the 2019 NADA Show

1/25/2019 -

SAN FRANCISCO - Hunter Engineering is releasing its latest performance-driven tool, Push Reports, at the 2019 NADA Show, Jan. 25 - 27. Live demonstrations will take place at Hunter’s booth, #4605N.

Available through HunterNet®, Push Reports helps shops set and achieve target goals, maximize productivity and convert more service opportunities by providing inspection, alignment and balancing performance reports.

Connected equipment results are ‘pushed’ to shops, eliminating the need to pull information manually; creating opportunities for service providers to make immediate data-driven decisions when identifying a potential problem or opportunity. Customers can choose whether they’d like reports sent to them midday or end of day.

Hunter, a leader in connected shop equipment, first introduced its online business intelligence tool, HunterNet® in 2002. HunterNet® provides real-time data to shops through equipment results, trends and management reports; allowing businesses to be more productive and profitable through data-driven decisions.

Hunter Engineering Company® is the global leader in alignment systems, wheel and tire service, brake service and inspection lane equipment. Hunter® equipment is approved and used by vehicle manufacturers, automobile and truck dealers, tire dealers and service facilities around the world.

For additional information, visit our website at or contact Maddie Laviolette, Marketing Communications Specialist, Hunter Engineering Company®, 314-716-0380.

For more information, please contact your local Hunter® representative at

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