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By Emily Greenhalgh
PBN Web Editor
POTOMAC, Md. – Seva Call, pronounced “Save A Call,” has launched its Web-based service to help customers find local service professionals in the Providence area.
According to a release, Seva Call finds the “right professional” by looking up a variety of important factors, including ratings, social reputation and call analytics.
“We’ve experienced how difficult and time consuming it is to find a service professional, which is why Seva Call is excited to make it easier for the people of Providence to get the help they need,” Seva Call CEO Gurpreet Singh said in prepared remarks. “It’s fast, it’s easy, and it’s about time for consumers to just sit back and relax.”
Seva Call launched in the Providence area with access to more than 2,000 service professional including painters, mechanics, electricians and lawyers.
“To relieve the stress of researching and calling multiple companies, Seva Call encourages consumers to visit the free tool at www.sevacall.com, enter their location, availability, and problem at hand,” said the release. “Our service allows you to take it easy and wait for service professionals to call you.
“Seva Call’s algorithm matches the consumer with three service professionals who can best help based on proximity, availability, and task at hand,” said the release.
The company has already launched in Washington, Baltimore, Richmond, Va., Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston and Hartford and is on its way to a nationwide launch.
According to a release, the company is also preparing to release a free iPhone and Android app in the near future.
“Consumers are not the only ones that will benefit from using our service, businesses will benefit from using Seva Call as well,” said the release. “When Seva Call receives a request from a consumer that will match to a particular business, the request will be relayed to those businesses as an email, phone call, or text message. Once the business receives that request, they will have the opportunity to accept or reject the client based on factors such as location, availability, and job details.”