The tough economy was the driving force behind Sideclique’s development – people need jobs and that is exactly what the Sideclique app delivers to small business service providers.
Baltimore, Maryland (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
Cwill Inc. today announced it has added its mobile Android app called Sideclique™ to Google Play.
The Sideclique™ app connects users and service providers from around the United States. Users can check a service provider’s reviews, receive quotes, message them, call them, and task them all within one app, saving both time and money with a streamlined process. Service providers also benefit from using the Sideclique™ app as it enables them to communicate with new clients in real time. The app is free to download and free to use differentiating itself from other tasking apps currently on the market that charge a fee when tasks are performed.
Chris Wilmot, president of Cwill Inc. stated, “The tough economy was the driving force behind Sideclique’s development – people need jobs and that is exactly what the Sideclique app delivers to small business service providers.”
Sideclique appeals to people on a personal and professional level for numerous reasons. For users, the app adds a degree of convenience, security, and comfort in a professionally designed user interface. The Sideclique™ app also adds value to service providers and businesses alike through its integrated targeted advertising capabilities; ultimately, reducing advertising/marketing expenses and other costly overhead expenditures. More information can be found at http://www.sideclique.com/ or search for Sideclique on Google Play.
About Cwill Inc.
Cwill Inc. was incorporated in 2011 by entrepreneur, Christopher Wilmot. Mr. Wilmot’s experience in managing small businesses in conjunction with a strong marketing background pioneered his vision to change how we conduct business.
Sideclique, developed by Cwill, Inc., is a mobile app that serves as a two-way marketplace reinventing how users and service providers connect with one another. Cwill Inc. has taken a lead role in using social media to develop small business growth in a difficult economic environment. Small businesses that provide services can register for free and begin engaging with potential and existing customers on Sideclique. Meanwhile, consumers can take a practical approach to tasking by checking reviews, communicating with service providers, and adding reputable providers to their clique for future tasks. For more information, visit http://www.Sideclique.com, or follow Sideclique on Facebook and Twitter.