Norfolk, VA (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Seva Call, a virtual concierge service designed to match consumers with service needs to high quality local service professionals, is launching its service in the Hampton Roads Region. Seva Call finds the “right” professional by looking at a variety of factors including online ratings and reviews, social reputation and interaction, call analytics, and other forms of consumer and business feedback.
“In light of the fact that gas prices in Hampton Roads have been steadily climbing, we decided to launch our service there to help locals save money in another way,” says Seva Call CEO Gurpreet Singh. “Our service makes it easy for consumers to compare service prices and availability to optimize both consumer time and money.”
Citizens of Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and Chesapeake can now quickly connect with computer repair experts, roofers, accountants, and more than 40 other industry categories. Consumers simply visit http://www.sevacall.com, and enter their need, location, and availability and Seva Call does the rest. Within minutes, Seva Call will connect the consumer via telephone to up to three reputable businesses who can meet the exact needs of the consumer.
According to an IBOPE Zogby poll, waiting for service professionals costs Americans almost $250 per person in lost wages in 2011. Typically consumers also spend valuable time researching and calling several businesses trying to find one that meets individual requirements such as specific need, location, availability, and—above all—quality. Seva Call expects most users to get calls back from businesses within 90 seconds.
Seva Call is simple for businesses as well. When Seva Call receives a request that matches a consumer to a particular business, the service is relayed to those businesses as a phone call, email, or a text messages. The businesses then have the opportunity to accept or reject the request based on factors such as availability, job details, and proximity.
Seva Call recently launched in Washington D.C. and Baltimore, and plans to launch in Philadelphia, Boston, and New York City before the end of the summer. Free Seva Call mobile apps will also be available on both Apple iOS and Google Android platforms within the next few months.