People constantly need services and they need them NOW. They do not have time to browse through online or paper directories to search for a service provider. So what do they do? They post hundreds of requests everyday on social media requesting a service provider (such as a plumber, a make-up artist and so on… the list is endless) asking for anyone who can assist on an urgent basis.
Social media is such a blessing. Just one post reaches thousands of people within minutes. Thousands of people behind a screen, are there … ready to help. That’s great isn’t it? Only, is it such a blessing and so great?
We don’t think so. Let us tell you why.
It is true that one post can generate hundreds of comments, all recommending their own service provider and some even providing a direct phone number to contact the same recommended service provider. But is this efficient at all? What makes such posts any different from an online or a paper directory? People would still need to browse through an endless list of potential service providers. They would still need to call each one to see who can effectively help.
You get that don’t you? We’re back to square 1. Well, not necessarily.
MyHurryApp is an innovative mobile application which aims to reach thousands of service providers within minutes… And this time, the consumer will not need to wait for others to recommend a service provider. The app will instead directly notify all relevant service providers and the service providers who can help out will send a real-time notification back to the consumer if they can provide the service. Easy isn’t it?
Let’s take a typical scenario.
Mrs. B booked a hair appointment a week ago. Unfortunately, Mrs. B’s hairdresser is sick and cancels her appointment only 10 minutes before the scheduled time for appointment. Mrs. B obviously panics. Today of all days, she has a wedding, so her hair definitely needs a pick-me-up... What does Mrs. B do? Should she post on social media and ask for an urgent hairdresser to help her out? Probably many fellow social media users will recommend hairdressers and provide phone numbers where to contact such hairdressers. But Mrs. B will have to call each one until a hairdresser can help out and time is ticking.
However, if Mrs. B opts to use MyHurryApp instead, she can send out a real-time notification to all hairdressers on MyHurryApp’s database so that within less than one minute (and we mean this) they all know that she needs an urgent hair appointment. And within less than one minute, she can get back real-time notifications from hairdressers who can help out, so that within a few minutes and only with just a few clicks, an appointment is booked.
Great isn’t it? Yes, we know. MyHurryApp is a true blessing.