Dallas, Texas Oct 5, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Business News Ledger published an interview with the CEO of ServicePlus, David Seruya on the home warranty company’s plans for the second half of the year 2022.
The interview started out with David Seruya rounding up ServicePlus’ progress in the years thus far. David introduced ServicePlus as a company that he had “poured (his) heart and soul into” while describing the company’s current offerings for those unfamiliar with home warranties.
To summarize his introduction of ServicePlus, he said: “We provide added protection to one’s home for peace of mind.”
Following this, the interviewer asked about David Seruya‘s history with ServicePlus in order to contrast it with their developments moving forward. For this section, David went as far as to discuss his first ventures in the home warranty industry and how he had learned from past experiences to guide ServicePlus to its current state of development.
After which, he finally talked about the more recent roadblocks in their progress after they entered 2022, specifically touching on the effects of the pandemic on their growth. According to David Seruya, ServicePlus “had to work hard in order to make sure that (they) were staying on top of (their) competitors during this period” by taking risks and not falling in love with just a single idea.
In answer to the interview’s main question, which was on the subject of ServicePlus’ plans in the second half of the year 2022, David had this to say: “Service Plus will continue to work hard in order to improve our services… To be a little more specific, currently, we’re looking at implementing new technology to smoothen our processes.”
ABOUT SERVICEPLUS HOME WARRANTY
ServicePlus home warranty was founded to help home buyers and home sellers protect their homes. Its main mission is to support its clients when unexpected issues occur in their homes — more specifically when their home appliances and home systems are in need of repair or replacement.
Source :Majestic PR
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