CAN-Phantom holds advanced diagnostics training

Staffordshire based immobiliser manufacturer, CAN-Phantom Ltd brought 25 businesses to the Midlands in a seminar that included, training the installers on how to scan a vehicle for the right installation files, how to market the product and how they are solving the vehicle security issue one vehicle at a time.

Training event held for technicians specialising in vehicle electrics

The event was held over two days last week, and included visitors from all over the UK. Delegates learned how to create and install files onto vehicle’s computer networks within a quicker time scale, cutting down lead times on vehicles being protected by a considerable amount.

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Reflecting on the two days, Managing Director, Steven Stone said: “CAN-Phantom is quickly becoming known as the go to immobiliser in the industry, and as with all things vehicle related, we can only create the correct files for so many different variations of each model per day. With specifications always changing we needed a network of installers that can scan for these hence why we have covered the UK.”

“In addition at the seminar, we also included a marketing seminar that helps with social media posting, as well as video creation. We are always looking to develop our partners and assist their journey in making our product an easy install for them, we want the consumer to ask for our product rather than a generalised immobiliser, and by creating a community, we believe that is the key element.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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