Tenneco launches free digital technical information system for aftermarket costumers

Tenneco launches free digital technical information system for aftermarket costumers

Web-Based TADIS™ Platform Offers Fast, Easy Access to Extensive Technical Database Covering Ride Control & Emissions Systems


Tenneco today introduced a state of art comprehensive digital information system that offers fast, easy access to the latest diagnostic, technical videos, repair and product information related to vehicle ride control and emissions control systems. Access to the new Technician’s Advanced Digital Information System (TADIS™) is available free of charge to any vehicle workshop professional, replacement parts sales representative, technical school instructor, student, journalist or consumer.

TADIS v2.0 is available immediately in the English language via the 4T logo on the Monroe.com website, or via http://ta.tenneco-emea.info/technical.php An expanded version of the powerful new tool, offered in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Lithuanian, Polish, Russian, Greek, Croatian, Bulgarian and Italian, will be launched along the second part of 2014.

“TADIS represents another important investment in technical support and training for Tenneco customers,” said Alex Gelbcke, vice president and general manager, Tenneco Aftermarket EMEA. “By increasing access to the latest diagnostic, repair and product information, we are helping our customers and consumers more proactively and effectively manage the vehicle repair process.”

Featuring a multi-platform architecture compatible with Web-connected desktop, laptop and mobile devices and operating systems, TADIS offers technical information designed for each of several levels of users, from highly skilled workshop professionals to the vehicle owners themselves. Available content includes technical data; highly advanced, interactive e-learning modules; more than 125 technical videos; diagnostic and installation tips; instructions covering the use of diagnostic tools and equipment; in-depth information concerning Tenneco’s Monroe® and Walker® product ranges; electronic catalogues and much more. The system will be updated on a continual basis to remain current with modern vehicle technologies.

Tenneco launches free digital technical information system for aftermarket costumers

“There is no other single resource of this scale available within the aftermarket,” Gelbcke said. “By eliminating barriers to technical information, we are helping our customers expand their diagnostic and repair capabilities, greatly enhance the productivity of their businesses and, above all, perform high-quality repairs on virtually any vehicle model.”

In spite of its impressive scale, TADIS enables the user to drill down to any available topic within just three mouse clicks. The system features more than 16,000 links to technical photos, 3D animations, system diagrams, slides, diagnostic articles and other valuable resources.

The introduction of TADIS reinforces Tenneco’s leadership in training and supporting aftermarket professionals and consumers of all levels of experience. The company also conducts the annual Tenneco On Tour technical education roadshow, which features tractor-trailer rigs that have been converted into state-of-the-art mobile learning centers focused on advanced ride control, steering and suspension and emissions control technologies.


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