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HITS 101 – Getting Started With HITS

HITS 101 will teach the basics of getting started with HITS for retail operations. This course will show: looking up and adding customers and vehicles, writing up basic workorders, closing invoices, and will briefly touch on receiving inventory and closing out the end of day. Tags:  Retail  Click Here To Start

HITS 301 – Getting Started With Wholesale Billing & E-Commerce

HITS 301 will teach the basics of using HITS for wholesale billing. This course will show how to look up and add customers, search inventory, create and close invoices, and will also show how to process e-orders placed on your e-commerce website. This course will also show how to close the end of day. Tags:  Wholesale  Click Here To Start

HITS 201 – ServiceCAT & VSOC (Retail)

HITS 201 will teach the basics of HITS ServiceCAT (Parts & Labor Estimating). This course will show how to look up parts from your parts vendors, quote service work with labor, and will show using the vehicle-specific oil change feature.Tags:  Retail  Click Here To Start

HITS 102 – Sales Counter Advanced

HITS 102 will build upon the basics shown in HITS 101 relative to the Sales Counter in HITS. This course will show some advanced invoicing and customer functions, as well as focus on retail tire sales, and will show the appointment and bay management system. Tags:  Retail   Wholesale  Click Here To Start

HITS 103 – Receiving, Purchasing, Returns, Transfers

HITS 103 will cover operations on the Receiving View in HITS. This includes creating Purchase Orders, Receipts, tracking Returns, and posting Transfers (for multi-location operations.) This course will also briefly touch on how payables are sent through HITS. Tags:  Retail   Wholesale  Click Here To Start

HITS 104 – Accounts Receivable

HITS 104 will show Accounts Receivable in HITS. This course will show posting payments, credits, and debits, and will show how to disburse payments. This course will also touch on some reporting aspects of Accounts Receivable and will include a guide for aging and running statements. Tags:  Retail   Wholesale  Click Here To Start