Welcome to Stan-Mitchell Enterprises
Coaching the Collision Repair Facility
to achieve its full potential.
You care because
It’s Your Business,
It’s Your dream,
It’s Your Future.
I care for that same reason.
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An industry-related podcast put out to and for you, the quality-minded technician.
Podcast Episode 9Having a technical issue with the video displaying inside the site? Click HERE to watch this great interview on YouTube.Crash Optics Episode 09 Interview with Michael Giarrizzo, Sr. of LJI Collision Center Sit down with Bill Sefcek as he interviews...
Podcast Episode 8Being engaged on the work floor. Be responsible for the housekeeping of the work floor. Take care of it to the best of your ability and use 5S of the lean process to guide the way.Related Articles
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Blog talk about relevant topics in the collision and automotive repair industry
This article from Repair Driven News focuses on the changes to the Subaru scanning and diagnostic system, focusing on updates and changes to the scanning system and its software, changes to certification, and how the changes influence usage in your tool to task...
This article from Repair Driven News focuses on the changes in automobile insurance coming in the near future to the collision repair industry, and how those changes will afford you the technician the opportunity to provide accurate repairs. No cutting corners, no...
In all of business when we think about change and making a change we are faced with the question of implementation. Collision repair is no different. How do we get there? First, we figure out where we are at then we look to where we want to be, right? In that area...
Our Value Proposition
Understanding your business mission and vision while bringing them into focus is our first step. We will then start preparing your staff members and internal environment to embrace agreed upon adjustments and possibly change. There is no silver bullet fix or solution to getting there without effort and committed time . Stan Mitchell will afford you a constant partner with a genuinely sincere desire to help you achieve your operational goals and objectives.
Stan Mitchell Enterprises was developed in 2013. The goal was and remains to afford deep diving conversations and strategic discussions into detail efficiency. Most all large areas elements of an operation are satisfactory in day to day use. The “Devil is in the Details”, so to speak.
Our president, Bill Sefcek, believes that with his years of experience in the Collision Repair Industry and the Insurance Industry his perspective is well rounded. Complimenting this experience working most recently with Vehicle Collision Experts, VeriFacts, Assured Performance Network, Subaru, Honda, Jaguar Land Rover in their certification and quality of repair audits his experience drives a unique set of qualifications to draw from.
Working with Stan Mitchell Enterprises will afford you a value in gaining an objective view for your future.
See what those who work with Stan-Mitchell are Experiencing!
“As I look back on my career there are a few people that stand out in my mind of having a tremendous impact on me. I’ve met very few people as passionate about the collision repair industry as Bill Sefcek. His vast knowledge, forward thinking beliefs, and pure desire for the industry to develop and grow is unmatched. Bill’s input and perspective helps me personally work through business strategies for tomorrow and helps to make our business better. Thank you Bill and Stan Mitchell for all that you have done for us at DCR Systems as well as the industry as a whole.”
“I have worked with Bill Sefcek on and off for about 10 years. Bill is the real deal. He is always striving to have everyone around him be their greatest self. He is great with technicians and managers alike and takes the time to make sure they understand. In every interaction with Bill – the other person will wind up being a better person”
“It has certainly been a rewarding experience to have worked with Bill over the past few years. Bill has a wealth of knowledge in the automotive repair industry. It can never be estimated how much he has saved the company in regards to responsibility, liability, and proper repair or replace methodology in the automotive workplace. He has also shown how much money has been left on the table so to speak as teaching us what we need to be charging for component repair or replacement. Looking at all the new writers coming on line, it makes me wonder why they do not have a mandatory class to instruct people on the expected industry standards on these new complicated computerized automobiles.”