We are honored to live in an era where even old markets like pizza deliveries and taxis are being automated to the tech offered by our smartphones. And this time, the spotlight is on the automotive repair industry. Joshua Lombardo-Bottems from Ontario believes something delicious is cooking for the auto repair market.
The Ontario-based entrepreneur is the founder of GoWrench Auto, a new company promises to lead us to revolution. Having suffered a breakdown once and gone through a hard time getting help with his car, Mr. Lombardo-Bottema noticed the existing gap between what customers want and what mechanics offer, and took the bold step to fill it.
His innovation intends to address issues faced by dissatisfied consumers who have been let down by the auto repair industry due to lack of convenience and questionable transparency among mechanics who fix vehicles behind doors.
With GoWrench, which is an easy-to-use web-based app, consumers can easily call for a local mechanic to come over and have the repair done in their office or home. The technician has to arrive at the stipulated time and make the fixes in the presence of the customer. This app ensures convenience as the consumer talks directly to the mechanic— no middlemen involved.
The idea that the auto repair sector needs restructuring is now becoming more pronounced within the industry itself. An excellent example of a firm looking to revolutionize the industry is Tesla, a company that stands out in terms of service delivery, including maintenance. If … Read More