Bracing for the Lift of COVID-19 Restrictions
How Service Companies Should Prepare

The COVID-19 virus has changed how we work for the foreseeable future. Despite appliance services being classified as an “essential service,” some customers have held back in having their appliances fixed. 

But what will happen when the stay-at-home orders start to lift and the world eases back into its old ways? Will service organizations see a surge of repair requests? How will they manage this wave? 

Watch our webinar with Electrolux and Centricity as we discuss strategies for service companies to prepare for the the lift of COVID-19 restrictions. 

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Samir Gulati, Chief Marketing and Product Officer, ServicePower

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John Caroll, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Service Council

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Steve Zannos, Senior Director, Service Delivery, Electrolux

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Dawn Taylor, President, Centricity


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COVID-19 presents a difficult situation for field technicians and customers when a vital appliance breaks down. A home visit is necessary, but what should be done to protect both the customer and the service professional?

We’ve outlined the preventative measures both parties can take to help flatten the curve of virus transmission. 

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