Vertex Solutions Group Updates Automotive Technical Library

Innovative e-Learning content aligned to ASE A1 through A8 Task List 

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, August 10, 2015 – Vertex Solutions Group, learning and performance specialists in the automotive sector, is updating its 70+ course automotive library assets that have served thousands of industry technicians, with over 1,000,000 course completions to date, for over 10 years.

Mikell Parsch, CEO, says, “Vertex Solutions Group is focused on addressing the ever-changing needs within the Automotive e-Learning world. We have committed significant financial and people resources so that our library continues to be engaging and aligned with ASE certification. We want to ensure that our Automotive clients create an outstanding customer service and repair experience for their clients.” 

“We have revamped two of the main e-Learning courses that many of our clients rely on – the A5 Brakes and A4 Suspension and Steering curriculums,” says Parsch.  “We will continue to support our automated LMS assignment feature via our exclusive Technician Assessment Series and we are completely redeveloping our ASE Study Guide Practice Test offer.  These two main courses will be production-ready in 2015 with the remaining courses production-ready through a phased approach. This is an exciting time for Vertex Solutions Group and our automotive customers.”

Bill Sapielak, Automotive Business Services Manager, says, “Vertex Solutions Group has aligned all core content to the ASE A1 through A8 Task List.  This now allows any service or parts provider the ability to access ASE-specific content that is aligned to an accepted industry standard – the ASE Certification.  Paired with our Management Development and Automotive Maintenance series, our content continues to provide real value.  Additionally, all new courses will be mobile-ready and HTML5-compliant.  Coupled with Vertex Solutions Group’s exclusive LMS portal, our clients will realize significant gains in ROI and customer satisfaction as they manage the business of technical learning.”