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Nielson, Hoover & Company Announces Release of New Mobile App That Assists the Construction Industry with Bond Requests

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The mobile app is now available for download on iTunes and allows the user to quickly and easily submit a bond request from any location no matter how remote.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 02, 2014

Nielson, Hoover & Company, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of its new, fast and convenient mobile application #1 Bond Request for use with the iPad. The app is now available for download on iTunes and allows the user to quickly and easily submit a bond request from any location no matter how remote. We created this app so people can request a Bid or Performance and Payment Bonds anywhere, anytime, said David Hoover, President of Nielson, Hoover & Company, Inc. Requesting a bond is now literally at your fingertips, he continued.

The app was created with several unique features including the ability to store user information which saves time and effort for those who need to submit multiple bond requests by not having to re-enter common information required for each bond request such as bid amount, bid bond percentage, duration, retainage, etc. In addition, integration with the iOS camera eliminates the need to scan and attach documents for bond requests.

Once a bond request is submitted, one of Nielson, Hoover & Companys surety specialists will have it prepared and sent to you. If you are not already a client, they will analyze your request and provide the right strategy to maximize your surety credit. NHC has worked hard to earn their reputation and takes great pride in being the nations number one provider of surety bonds. They can help companies obtain the most bonding capacity, best rates and most favorable terms and conditions.

The #1 Bond Request app is free and available today at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/1-bond-request/id866492100?mt=8. You can also visit Nielson, Hoover & Companies website at http://www.nielsonbonds.com to obtain a request form or you can submit the request electronically through their website should your needs change.

About Nielson, Hoover & Company, Inc.

Nielson, Hoover & Company is Americas number one provider of surety bonds. They bond more projects than any other agency. Throughout the years, NHC has developed a deep understanding of the surety industry. This knowledge allows them to provide superior services and a comprehensive solutions way to maximize your bonding capacity with the best terms and conditions. They have the capacity and experience it takes to support the largest national contractors and the hometown knowledge and personal service to ensure mid and small size contractors receive the same attention and expertise. NHC does business with over fifty sureties which ensures you will be matched with the surety that is best for your particular need. As your needs change, they have the market that will best match your changing needs. Whether you are out growing your existing relationship, or have gone through some difficult times, they can help you.

Nielson, Hoover & Company is the largest independent surety agency in the South East with offices in Miami, Palm Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Atlanta, Savannah, Charlotte, and Asheville. They have an extensive network of more than 20 experienced surety bond specialists. Their producers average over 20 years each in the industry with their customer service representatives averaging nearly 15 years.

To learn more about how Nielson, Hoover & Company can help you obtain the best rates and most favorable terms and conditions, please visit http://www.nielsonbonds.com or call 305.722.2663.

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