The days of waiting are long gone, thanks to a new and innovative app created by a Toronto entrepreneur.
Rylli will finally put the power in the hands of the consumer. The app is now in beta-testing in Ontario, Canada and will be available for consumers to start using on their mobile devices this July.
So, how does it work and what does it all mean for consumers? It’s simple: the real-time app based on location allows people to see what services they can access quickly without having to wait in line. No more reservations. No more appointments. Meet instant gratification.
The list of possibilities with it is endless. Initially, the industries targeted for coverage are: Automotive Repair & Maintenance, Full-Services Restaurants, Hair Care & Esthetic Services and Legal Services. For example, if you are out with friends one night, and no one has made a reservation, all you need to do is launch it and you will see what restaurants, bars and pubs have available seats. One click of a button will let you know which establishments can take you in on the spot.
That’s right, with this app there is no more waiting for anything – period.
“Welcome to the app movement,” says Grant during an interview. “What we have created for consumers is unique and it represents a whole new chapter in the app world. We’re planning on changing the service industry game. Our app will give you what you want, where you want it, and when you want it. Service providers get 24/7 visibility, and on slow days, they can fill their empty seats with customers instantly. Rylli benefits both parties.”
Grant dreamed up the idea for it after being constantly told by service providers that she would have to wait for them. This led her to ask a fundamental question: “If I am willing to pay, then why should I wait for them?” She adds, “When I want something right away, shouldn’t service providers be providing it to me? Shouldn’t we all have the instant options as consumers?”
Then a light went on.
She recalls: “It dawned on me that the world needs an app that gives consumers the power to access services they want quickly and effortlessly. So, this is how Rylli was born.”
The app is free for users and service providers will pay a nominal monthly listing fee to notify users of availability.
“Rylli is new and it is here to stay and we are very confident that it will take off quickly,” adds Grant. “We live in an age that when we want something, we don’t want to have to wait to get it. We want things instantly, without any hassles. Consumers can now dictate to the service industry: when we need you, you should be available. Rylli is just the beginning and I am encouraging everyone to use their voices to get the service industry ready for change.”