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Digital Mobility Platform Launched By Ki Mobility

TNI || New Delhi || 14th Nov. 2021


India’s very own and first online to offline digital platform, Ki Mobility Solutions, has announced the launch of a comprehensive digital mobility service platform for electric vehicles.

The company will offer its entire portfolio and pan India network to EV manufacturers so that they begin their operations throughout the country.

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Furthermore, Ki mobility solutions has also joined hands with new-age manufacturing startup’s that are in EV’s and OEM’s across two and three-wheelers, LCV and passenger cars.

The company’s digital platform provides manufactures with a wide service network that is spread in more than 250 towns and cities especially for sales and service, insurance needs, charging stations, roadside assistance, etc.

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The range of services offered can be split into an emergency breakdown and battery assistance, customer vehicle delivery directly at home to give out a superior purchase experience, cloud-based diagnostics,

mobile charging stations; wherever and whenever needed, and a service network where charging stations and service touchpoints could be installed.

As per G Srinivasa Raghavan, MD, Ki Mobility Solutions, a digital mobility platform for an electric vehicle is a milestone in the aftermarket gamut. It provides an opportunity to explore new business models.

There is a range of solutions that will help the EV manufacturers build the product keeping in mind customer-centricity.

Besides, the cloud-based network will support companies to have accelerated rollout plans and help them attain a competitive advantage.

Notably, Ki Mobility Solutions has invested in the training of around 500 technicians across the country to service all types of EV’s, with an unending focus on quality.

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