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Velotooler launches custom pricing

Published September 28, 2018
Allowing mechanics to set their own prices for direct consumer requests

Velotooler becomes the first solution to allow mobile mechanics to set their own prices for everything from tune-ups to bike assemblies. This allows businesses to charge prices that represent their skills and experience. 'An important part of Velotooler's mission is to elevate the bike mechanic by properly compensating them for their skills and time.', says founder, Yahor Buben.

Moreover, the new platform allows mechanics to prioritize and choose the types of service requests they can receive.

Although prices for business to business (B2B) service requests continue to be established by Velotooler, these prices are being re-reviewed with additional mechanic feedback.

Also, now each mechanic on the platform can opt in or out for B2B service requests by job type. This brings complete transparency and control to the service providers.

Buben stated: "We are focus on the big picture. The main goal was to focus on service providers and build the software that maximize profits for its members and efficiently solve challenges of the industry."

In the next few months Velotooler is planning to present its subscription software for bike shops. "It will be a robust offering at a reasonable price, that we think will be well received." says Buben.

Velotooler is planning to launch a short visual training next week on how to use the new features on the platform.

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