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Microvision Reports Sale and Installation of Nomad Expert Technician Systems to the Stearns Automotive Group's Four Auto Dealerships

Stearns Automotive Group founder and owner, Carroll Stearns, said, "We are focused on attracting and retaining high quality service technicians and they are hard to find and it is a competitive market. We want to get the most up-to-date tools and technology in the hands of our technicians to provide our customers with the best service possible while allowing technicians to be more productive. We believe the Nomad System will enable us to do this." The four dealerships are well known in the state where Dale Stearns is the immediate past president of the North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association with a membership of more than 800 dealerships.

"Stearns Automotive is one of the most respected dealer groups in North Carolina," said Gary Mitchell, Area Sales Director for the Southeast. "We're delighted to support their goals of continuous improvement in service bay productivity and service quality with the Nomad Expert Technician system. We've had a very successful trial followed by this install, and it's a terrific opportunity for us to showcase the Nomad in use with the electronic service systems of GM, Chrysler and Ford. We look forward to making a difference here and to growing our relationship with The Stearns Automotive group."
The more auto dealerships that adopt the Nomad System, the more auto dealerships will need to adopt the Nomad System to remain competitive. It's simple. The folks that run these dealerships aren't going to just sit back and watch while the dealer across the street gets 40% more work done in the same time than their mechanics can. They will want to buy one for every one of their techs to bring new techs up to speed faster and help experienced techs do their work even faster, even better.

As it becomes clear that Nomad can be used with the service computer systems of all different brands of vehicles, and the evidence mounts that having access to vehicle diagnostic information as well as digitized manuals while keeping their hands free and their eyes on what they are doing can help techs do a much better job than they ever could before, Nomad sales volumes will rapidy increase.

With the Gen3, free-air Nomad shipping to customers, Nomads will be easier and cheaper to manufacture than ever -- which may mean lower prices for customers, and faster adoption than previously anticipated. That being said, the market for Nomad is not necessarily acutely price sensitive -- these guys want to establish and maintain a competitive edge and are eager to adopt new technologies to achieve that.


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