Launch @ GROW Startup Profiles: Vancouver's Warranty Life

by Bryce Tarling | Startups

Techvibes is a media sponsor of the upcoming GROW Conference in Vancouver and will be highlighting the 15 Canadian startups that are selected to showcase at the conference's opening reception at Launch @ GROW on August 17th.

Vancouver's Warranty Life is one of the fifteen startups that has been selected and may be one of four chosen to pitch live on stage at the GROW Conference on August 18th.

Warranty Life is an easy-to-use system that organizes product receipts and warranties online so that customers don't have to worry about keeping paper. The service also offers access to manuals, product specifications, and datasheets.

Warranty Life's free service offers a permanent record of all your purchases and will notify you of any key milestones in the product warranty process. It makes proof of purchase and warranty claims easy to process. Customers can also use the service to find out how to get a product fixed, when it will need service, who to call, and where to go.

For retailers, Warranty Life offers a way to connect with customers after they leave the store and to make post-purchase warranty offers. Warranty Life keeps all information confidential.

Warranty Life is a Vancouver-based company that was founded by Richard Hui and John Almond. The company has more than $300,000 invested into it, has qualified for SRED, and is backed by 3 patent pending applicatios. It was voted "Most Likely To Succeed" at Launch Silicon Valley and recently featured in CNET.

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Bryce Tarling

Bryce Tarling

Bryce is currently studying in the Douglas College Print Futures Program in pursuit of a career in writing and editing. He has worked as an English teacher both in the Lower Mainland and in Japan. He has also served brief stints in the restaurant industry. In his free time he enjoys photography, consuming media in the form of books, film, and music, and finding delectable places for trying... more

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