Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions (Mentor, OH) has announced the launch of the company’s new Paint Protection Film Cutting Software, now available across the US and Canada.
According to a statement from the company, it was created with dealers and installers in mind and intended to be used in combination with Avery Dennison Paint Protection Film SPF-XI. Users can choose from thousands of precut templates to find the match for a specific vehicle.
“This new software is a supplement to our SPF-XI product,” said Abby Monnot, senior global segment manager, Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions, North America. “It has unlimited cuts for a low monthly fee, so you can use our SPF-XI product and not left software costs take away from your profits.”
Paint Protection Film (PPF) protects a vehicle’s appearance from insects, road debris and minor abrasions. Offering the film, or the service to install the film, allows the opportunity for dealers to earn incremental income. PPF can be a profitable upsell opportunity with average MSRPs that could range from $500 for a partial and up to $6,000 for full installations.
The software is available through subscription. Avery Dennison is offering a dealer special, while supplies last, for one free sample roll of SPF-XI with the purchase of a one-month subscription to the software.
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