UP! Video Chat helps refine the estimating process through the enhancement of a virtual visit. Imagine being able to take your phone or tablet and actually show a service provider the problem in real-time as you review repair options. With its ability to seamlessly switch from a horizontal to a vertical view, a requester can get into the machine…
The UP! App is an on-demand, digital platform that connects industrial operators needing service with independent or authorized OEM service providers to maintain and repair their machinery. The communication technology connects manufacturers to an ever expanding network of service providers across North America.
A free app for the repair of industrial equipment aims to quickly connect service requesters with service providers. Up! by Up! LLC, Columbus, Ohio, is a new app designed to match manufacturers with companies that perform repair and preventive maintenance services for equipment. “We look at ourselves as the crusaders against downtime,” said CEO A…
Joe Jancsurak
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The Up! App quickly connects people who need machine tool service with trusted service providers, including OEMs, distributors and third-party companies.
The Up! App is an on-demand digital platform that connects shops needing service with independent or authorized OEM service providers
Harry E.M. Brandicourt, director of strategic partnerships and growth strategies at Up! LLC, discusses the Up! app, a free app that connects service requesters with service providers to repair industrial equipment. Version 2.0 has been released.
The Up! App is a mobile and desktop app that connects manufacturers who need industrial service to companies that can provide it. It's fast, free, and the first of its kind.

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The UP! Network has been awarded a MobileWebAward from the Web Marketing Association (WMA), winning the Best Manufacturing Mobile Application award in the “Best of Industry” category.
The UP! App, the digital platform that connects industrial manufacturers to people that can service and repair their machinery, has committed an initial gift of $3,000 to the Columbus State Community College Foundation to support the school's engineering, manufacturing and Engineering Technology Pathway programs. These degrees can help…