Sakrobe, one of the first online services that connects maintenance service seekers and providers with a unique, easy to use interface in the shape of a free application has just signed an agreement with the National Documentation Institute to contribute to realizing the vision of 2030 in the inclusion of female graduates of mobile maintenance training programs with providing a suitable environment to kickstart their own work.
Sakrobe’s main goal is to provide quality and excellence in addition to customer satisfaction for households, business and building owners in Saudi Arabia as well as to explore opportunities to give back to the community and to grant maintenance service seekers access to skilled and knowledgeable maintenance professionals at incredible ease and simplicity.
Starting with 5 maintenance services in September 2016, Sakrobe was able to expand to 15 services in 21 cities, more than 1500 service providers, and 1000 orders per day by the end of year one.
Founder Mohammed Al Harthi said: “Our plan is to expand to Bahrain and UAE, become a leading company in the Middle East and remain the best by diversifying maintenance services and providing new services to facilitate the lives of our customers.”
Sakrobe is built by a dedicated and talented team of Saudis based in Dhahran aiming to bridge the gap between service providers and seekers under the umbrella of an official, well built, and trusted company. Sakrobe monitors the activity on the application 24/7 in the form of a live and dedicated team of customer service to users.