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Prevost introduces tools mobile app

Posted on December 4, 2012

Prevost introduced another mobile app that allows Prevost operators and maintenance facilities to easily access many valuable resources. The newest Prevost app, called Prevost Tools, puts access to many Prevost Service tools all in one handy application.

From any mobile device such as Apple iOS or Android phones and tablets, the user can link to wiring diagrams, pneumatic diagrams, technical manuals, driver’s guides, and service bulletins for any Prevost or Volvo motorcoach. The app also provides links to Prevost online warranty services, Prevost Liaison telematics system and online parts ordering. Users can connect to the Prevost Merchandise website and Prevost Diecast Model website as well.

In addition, the app contains a gallery of seated coach images, which can be downloaded or set as wall paper for the mobile device.

Prevost continues its company-wide effort to provide easy access to important tools for operators, drivers and maintenance personnel.

“Prevost has always made a commitment to customer service by providing valuable tools which make our customer’s business more valuable,” said Michael Power, Prevost director, marketing. “This new app is a natural progression which allows operators to run more efficiently and provide better service to their customer.”

The app is available in English, French and Spanish versions. Mobile device users can download the app for free at Apple’s App Store for iOS devices or Google Play for Android devices.

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