Wanderhand App – Soft Launching

Yesterday Wanderhand Inc. launched to the media the Wanderhand App would help homeowners finding service and repair providers. To provide customers with home repair service with the convenience of just using your smartphone.

Wanderhand Inc demonstrated in using the Wanderhand App during the event. They pointed out the apps both benefit the service provider and client in terms of convience. As part of the service provider they just need to register to be included in the list for service providers and they just need to wait for a client service request. For the client in just using the Wanderhand app he/she can schedule for services anytime.

They also mentioned that in case the client has a complaint with their service provider they just need to notify Wanderhand Inc and they will investigate on the matter.  Wanderhand Inc assured us that all applicants are screened before they are included to Wanderhand App list of service providers.

Wanderhand Inc open for Applicants

If your a skilled worker with the specialty of the followoing:

•Tubero
•ELECTRICIAN (Residential & Commercial electrician)
•TILE FLOORING
•PC & LAPTOP TECHNICIAN
•AIRCON CLEANER & REPAIR
•APPLIANCE TECHNICIAN & MAINTENANCE
•TECHNICIAN
•KARPINTERO
•HARDINERO
•LABANDERA
•PLANTSADORA
•TAGA LINIS NG BAHAY
•MEKANIKO NG SASAKYAN

Ito na pagkakataon nyo kumita ng extra sa tulong ng Wanderhand. Madali lang mag apply at once pumasa kayo sa screening kasama na kayo sa listahan nila na rekomendado sa mga cliente naghahanap ng serbisyo nyo.

Kailangan nyo lang tumawag sa mga numero na ito. (02) 541-47-98, GLOBE: 09162583328, SMART: 09215423773 o pwede rin mag online register dito http://bit.do/WanderhandAccreditationForm

Wanderhand App for clients/Customers

As of now the Wanderhand App is only available for location of Taguig, Paranaque, Muntinlupa and Las Pinas residents. Wanderhand Inc plans to expand once they gathers the right amount of service providers from different locations. Payment for now is cash only but soon credit card payment will be offered.

Here are photos you can see at WanderhandApp

For more information about Wanderhand App you can check out our YouTube channel  www.youtube.com/pilipinasdaily.  We will be uploading videos taken during the event especially the question and answer and our exclusive interview with Board of Directors – Mr. Rommel Sapico and Mr. Danilo Nicdao.

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EasyGrocery App Launching

Great news – you can now do your groceries online, and in the comfort of your own home!

Imagine foregoing the hassle of physically going to the grocery, dealing with traffic and parking woes, dealing with a crowded supermarket and longer lines at the cashier.

This is made possible by EasyGrocery, the latest mobile app which allows consumers to purchase their grocery items from the app and have them delivered to their preferred address within 60 minutes committed time.

The launch of EasyGrocery comes at a time when more and more Pinoy shoppers are putting premium value for convenience. The results of the annual Nielsen Shopper Trends report from 2015 to 2017 showed a common theme on the shopping habits of Filipinos. While income and purchasing power remains on the upswing, what remains a reality is that the consumers’ time is now a highly-priced commodity. Hence, products and services that are convenient, trustworthy and hassle-free will always appeal to busy Filipinos.

The proliferation of online shopping in the Philippines has significantly altered the way Filipino consumers approach shopping. In 2015, there are already 26.01 million Filipino eCommerce users, majority of which come from the middle class.  Topping their list of purchase are electronic goods, clothes and even furniture.[1]

Therefore, it is surprising that in spite the proliferation of online shopping sites and apps, one still has yet to buy their groceries on foot and in store. This may be the reason why another earlier Shopper Trends survey showed that Filipinos are spending less during grocery shopping but spending more in convenience stores.

Grocery Shopping for the changing times

EasyGrocery aims to cater to the average Filipinos who find grocery shopping a daunting but necessary task: it can be the average office worker who spends a minimum of 8 hours in the office, excluding overtime; it can be the harried mother trying to balance taking care of the kids and still do house chores; or it can be OFWs who want to be more hands-on on their family’s budgeting.

“We currently live in a fast-paced lifestyle where convenience and time-savings are the public’s priority requirement in their day-to-day activities. It is from this reality that the idea by which EasyGrocery was conceptualized.”, said EasyGrocery’s  President & CEO Eugene Leoncio.

Whatever the case may be, this latest mobile app delivers the hassle-free and convenient way of getting the week’s basic necessities from the store to the customer’s home, with just a few clicks.

To appeal to the discerning market, EasyGrocery puts prime value in winning the trust of their users by putting their own brand of customer service in place:

  • A fast and easy ordering system designed exclusively for the app
  • Trained Runners who will personally pick-up the groceries as soon as orders are confirmed online
  • GPS mobile app tracker for their riders which allows customers to track the driver’s location with ETA
  • A proactive notification system which allows customers to see if items/orders are already in process and see their current status

EasyGrocery provides a variety of online grocery shopping options as it makes it possible to purchase the orders in some of the country’s biggest supermarket chains. What’s best,  groceries will come from the stores nearest to the customers in order to meet delivery time. Users have the option of paying Cash On Delivery (COD), credit card and points payment and soon, payments can also be made via Bayad Centers, over the counter, online banking, convenience stores and mobile payment facilities.

And since EasyGrocery only charges a flat rate of 100 pesos for the service fee per order and another 100 pesos for the delivery fee; it is still more affordable compared to commuting and then dealing with the unnecessary expenses of grocery shopping!

EasyGrocery is now available in its three pilot areas of Makati, Parañaque and Taguig, and hopes to add more cities in the coming months.

[1] https://www.rappler.com/brandrap/finance-and-industries/134852-ecommerce-industry-philippines

(NES) Nissan Express Service – Launching

A car’s periodic maintenance service (PMS) is usually a half-day ordeal. You book your time with a dealership’s service center, then kill time for a few hours before it’s done. By the time you leave, you’re usually left wondering where all that time went.

To make the service experience more pleasant for its customers, Nissan Philippines (NPI) recently launched the Nissan Express Service, which is designed to provide quicker and more convenient service to Nissan owners. Under this scheme, customers can expect their PMS done and dusted within 30 minutes, otherwise the labor fee for the job is waived. The official launch took place at the Japanese carmaker’s new dealership in Sucat.

The time starts from the time your car enters the service bay to the time it rolls off. Two mechanics work on each car from a systematic 35-point checklist to ensure that everything is in working order. We witnessed this for ourselves, and we can confirm that the workflow is pretty much down to a science. According to NPI general manager for after-sales and customer relations Abner Berdos, the quick turnaround for each Nissan vehicle is possible due to the cars being built on a similar internal layout.

While waiting, customers can monitor their job’s progress from a monitor in the showroom. In the event of a bigger job, like if a major part needs to be replaced, a service advisor will inform the customer that more time will be needed to complete the work. All Nissan vehicles currently on the market, except for the Patrol and the GT-R, can avail of this service.

“All of these services are in keeping with our commitment to customer service,” NPI president and managing director Ramesh Narasimhan said in a statement. “Part of this new offering will also include industry firsts, such as our Book-A-Mechanic online feature as well as our 30 minutes service guarantee.”

To make the experience even easier for customers, the Book-A-Mechanic lets customers book a time, date, and location for their service on NPI’s website. A reserved slot will only be held for five minutes after the booked time to ensure precise timekeeping. The online service also gives customers a cost estimate, so they know exactly how much the job will cost before they visit the dealership.

Nissan Express Service is currently available at the following dealerships: Sucat, Quezon Avenue, North EDSA, Mantrade, Southwoods, Ortigas, Westgate Alabang, and Shaw Mandaluyong. Other locations will also begin offering the service within 2017.

SOURCE: https://www.topgear.com.ph/news/industry-news/nissan-express-service-a1503-20161217

(NPO) Nissan Parts Online – Launching

Kathy Moran (The Philippine Star) – November 15, 2015 – 9:00am

MANILA, Philippines – Nissan Philippines president Antonio Zara said that rediscovering Nissan was not solely about getting to know its new vehicle lineup but also being able to provide better and innovative customer service.

“Last month we celebrated our second anniversary as part of the global company and at that event we launched our ‘Rediscover Nissan’ campaign,” said Antonio Zara, president and managing director of Nissan Philippines Inc. at the launch of the Nissan Parts Online service recently.

“In rediscovering Nissan,” he added, “we want people to become familiar with the product line, which we have revamped. We also want people to get to know the driving force behind Nissan, which is more about innovation.”

Zara emphasized that the campaign was not solely about communicating its new vehicle lineup, but also being able to provide better and innovative customer service.

“A very important component is the ownership experience,” he added “We want Nissan owners to connect with the brand in a unique way. So, today, we launch Nissan Parts Online. This service allows Nissan owners the privilege of getting the parts they need delivered to their doorsteps, with a 24-hour guarantee delivery.”

Nissan Parts Online (www.nissanparts.ph) is a new online platform where customers can easily view and purchase genuine Nissan parts, accessories and merchandise in the comfort of their homes.

“Nissan is excited to introduce a new innovation to the automotive industry as we launch our Nissan Parts Online portal,” added Zara. “It is our commitment to bring Innovation that excites our market. The launch of Nissan Parts Online is another testament to our promise of turning ‘What If into What Is,’ through continuously challenging and innovating how we serve our customers.”

Nissan Parts Online showcases genuine Nissan parts, accessories, and merchandise in an online catalogue, which can be easily searched by vehicle name and part name. Car owners can then purchase these items and have it delivered to their homes for free within 24 hours in Metro Manila (conditions may apply). The service also allows customers to monitor the delivery status of their orders online.

“This is a first in the local automotive industry,” said Abener Berdos, general manager for after-sales of Nissan Philippines. “We set up this delivery system in line with our thrust to provide the best service to our customers.”

In recent years, online shopping has become a way for many people who may not have the time or perhaps who refuse to drive through Metro Manila traffic to get the items they need.

“Nissan Parts Online is a mouse click or finger tap away,” added Berdos. “All a customer has to do is go to the Nissan website, which can be done through computer, mobile, or any other way a customer gets online.”

Through Nissan Parts Online, delivery can be done within 24 hours or the part is free. The 24-hour guarantee is within Metro Manila only.

“If you order today before the 11 a.m. cutoff period, the part will be delivered before 11 a.m. the next day, or it is free,” added Berdos.

For provincial deliveries in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao it takes about two to three days.  For areas out of delivery zones like Jolo, Batanes, delivery usually takes five to eight days.

“One of the features of the system is to be able reach our customers nationwide at the fastest time possible, “ added Berdos. “We offer the parts with free shipping. This means that the part purchased online is offered at the same price at any dealership.”

The extensive list of Nissan items available in the Nissan Parts Online ensures customers the convenient upkeep of their vehicles. The online portal also features promotional announcements for specific parts, accessories, and merchandise.

Nissan Parts Online makes genuine Nissan parts and accessories more accessible to the market. It caters to the various needs of different types of customers who may not be able to easily access a Nissan dealership. By bringing additional ease and convenience, Nissan takes another step towards providing better customer service.

Read more at https://www.philstar.com/business/technology/2015/11/15/1522282/need-nissan-part-get-it-online#QIWxX2x5QFELr2Z4.99

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