Pune: From today, Helpr has launched its platform offering on demand household services in Puneand is now present in 6 cities across India. The app is available on Google Play and App Store.
Using the Helpr app, consumers can avail deep cleaning, plumbing, electrical appliance repair, carpentry and pest control services using their phone and at the time of the consumer’s choosing. In September 2015, Helpr had inked an exclusive partnership with Avon FMS –one of India’s leading facility management services provider. Avon ensures availability of well trained and most importantly background and police verified service personnel, something critical that is often overlooked by on-demand service providers.
Helpr was launched in September 2015 in Bangalore and within a span of 7 months, has launched its services in Chennai, Coimbatore, Mysore, Hyderabad and now Pune, with plans to expand to 22 cities within this year. Avon, with 17,000+ in-house service professionals, its pan India presence and over 2 decades of experience in facility management, is well equipped to support Helpr in its journey through quick scalability.
Helpr is embedded with some delightful features such as easy scheduling, live tracking and online payments which enable the customer to track the delivery of services. The app’s proprietary algorithm maps the best and top rated service provider for any selected service. Helpr also provides dedicated Android Apps to service providers who intelligently manage the communication between the customer and the service provider.
Speaking on the occasion, Vijayramkumar Veeraraghavan, CEO of Helpr, said“The Helprapp eases the booking process and also provides instant estimates, transparent pricing and easy online payment options. Pune’s reputation as an IT hub has been on a rise in the last decade. With Helpr we want to provide apremium facility management opportunity to the residents of this city.”
With the entry of on-demand players, the USD 100 bn* Indian household services market is on the verge of disruption. This partnership of Avon and Helpr will create a fantastic combination of technology driven online demand and offline supply from a reputed player.
*Source: Inc 42 magazine – http://inc42.com/buzz/decoding-100-billion-home-services-marketplaces/
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