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Insparisk Pioneers E-Shopping for Inspection Services

April 19, 2011

NEW YORK, April 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Insparisk, LLC today announced the launch of a new web interface that allows for the purchase of inspection services online.

The first of its kind in the inspection industry, users can purchase items such as boiler or elevator inspections instantly. The new online shopping system will initially be launched for Insparisk but will quickly be expanded to its subsidiaries’ sites.

“We are pleased to be the first to offer this new and innovative approach to selling inspection services,” stated Stephen Kleva, President of Insparisk. He continued, “This practice furthers our company goal of transparency by taking the mystery out of the cost and purchase of inspections.”

Kleva also added, “For much of our industry, prices are concealed and only disclosed once a potential customer reveals themselves and their needs. Unfortunately, in many cases, this practice leads to selective pricing based upon how much the contractor feels they can get out of them. With our new interface, customers can be assured of what they are getting and how much it will cost.”

Insparisk has already made its mark in the inspection industry by utilizing a completely paperless process for their administrative and field operations, as well as offering clients online account tracking.

Insparisk is a national safety inspection company that provides inspections and risk assessment as well as software solutions to manage safety inspections of boilers, pressure vessels, elevators/lifts, building facades, HVAC equipment, and fire detection/suppression systems. Stephen Kleva is President. For more information on Insparisk, visit www.insparisk.com.

Press Release Contact Information:
Dennis Vojvodich
VP Sales & Marketing
Insparisk, LLC.
(718) 576-2963
dvojvodich@insparisk.com

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SOURCE Insparisk, LLC.


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