Peterborough, NH, August 24, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The kaZING development team has been working hard on the newest version of their app. The team is getting close to a release date and users can expect some big changes in the coming months.
The design changes completely updated kaZING's look throughout the whole application. The new design simplifies usage by representing customer and service provider user interfaces with unique color schemes. If a user is on the app as a customer, he or she will see everything with a blue theme, and when viewing as a provider looking for jobs, everything changes to a smooth green. This makes the process significantly clearer for all users.
One of the features users will see in the near future is an option is to mark a provider as a “no show” when he or she doesn’t show up on the scheduled date and time. “One of the worst problems people run into in on-demand services is flakey providers. By incorporating a few new features into our platform, we’re seeking to eliminate this problem completely,” Amy Garland told followers. “We are creating a way for customers to report no-shows and sub-standard communication. Providers who don’t show up or let the customer know will receive negative points, providers who don’t show up but communicate well and have a good excuse will receive minimal repercussions, and those that have an excuse that is badly communicated end up somewhere in between," she added. Incentivizing service providers to be responsible through comprehensive calculations will change the name of the game for users.
Having had many experiences with untrustworthy providers throughout their lives, critiques are excited to see how this market evolves and improves to meet demand. Services are changing and the idea of accountability is evolving into something much more concrete. A large group of businesses face this problem, and these changes will completely transform today’s market.