Are You Really Getting the Most Out of Your Annual Labor Rate Increase?
Do you keep track of your anniversary date?
Are you evaluating a statutory submission vs. a factory submission?
Are you achieving optimized results?
Starting a Warranty Labor Rate Submission: Who, How and When
Some things you have to do once a year, every year and the annual warranty labor rate increase submission should be a top priority.
Keeping track of your annual due date, or opportunity date, is the first step toward submitting. The next choice is to keep the process in-house or get a third party to take over. Keeping it in house may appear to save you money up front, but without the knowledge of a third party expert, it may cost you more in the end.
If You Don't Know the Laws and the Manufacturers' Interpretations, You're at a Disadvantage
Warranty labor rate submissions are complicated. They require an intimate knowledge of both the law and manufacturer protocols. A single mistake can entirely halt the submission, and time here means money.
Let our experts handle it. Armatus Dealer Uplift has a keen understanding of complex state laws and insider knowledge on how manufacturers handle submissions, both factory and statutory. We have completed over 9,000 approved submissions for dealers in 50 states, not only that, we have consulted on the creation of 13 state statutes.
Warranty Labor Rate Data and Analytics: Optimization Is the Key
For most staff, putting together a warranty labor rate increase request is a side job. They hopefully submit every year, but they’re not experts. Even those utilizing data analysis tools can miss opportunities.
We assure you that nothing but detailed analytics and a full audit yield the best results. Our experienced staff analyzes your data and uses proprietary software to help you get the most out of your warranty labor rate increase submission. Our team of auditors who prepare your package are subject matter experts.
Engage Armatus and you will no longer have to:
- Keep track of your Anniversary Date.
- Wonder if you should follow the submission requirements of your manufacturer or state law.
- Pull several hundred to thousands of repair orders.
- Question if you achieved the best possible rate.