Our ever-expanding network of industrial service requestors and service providers powers The UP! App.
Watch this short video to see how simple it is to request service and find new customers with The UP! App.
It’s easy. You just submit a service request right from your phone or computer — no calls, no emails, no searching. Before you know it, you’ll see estimates from qualified providers, including rates, ETA’s and quality ratings. Then, simply review the estimates, chat within the app to finalize details and schedule your service.
When a machine needs service, create a request.
View rates, ETA’s, certifications, and star ratings.
By chatting right in the app to iron out details and schedule the service.
The UP! App has helped Sherle Wagner International by providing RAPID response from more than one repair technician keeping our machines “UP” quicker and more cost-effective. The UP! App did the leg work in providing estimates for us. Others should use this app because when we all get on the same page it reduces costs, on both ends.
Sherle Wagner International
I was able to find a technician who was willing to come the next day. In this industry, that’s pretty amazing.
The UP! App is quick and easy to request help when I am in a pinch. It allows us to provide
on-time service for our customers to minimize downtime.
Single Source Tech
I am amazed at how easy this app is to use. It has provided me more convenient ways to find equipment repair help and parts for obsolete equipment. This is a “game changer” in the maintenance world.
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