Taking the con out of convenience
- Need to send your car in for maintenance? Try out the new worry-free ‘phygital’ experience by 500-backed integrated car e-commerce platform Carsome!
- The company has entered the after-sales car service market with the launch of two Carsome Service Centers in Malaysia. Car owners — Carsome car buyers or not — can now conveniently book an appointment for an inspection through Carsome’s website.
- This marks a new chapter for Carsome to improve legacy practices in the after-sales service market. Co-founder & Group CEO Eric Cheng said the company is committed to alleviating the uncertainties car owners have to navigate in order to secure a reliable, affordable, and trusted car maintenance service provider.
- “We do this by providing a transparent digital booking platform, backed by Carsome standards and experts as a one-stop shop solution for car owners,” he added.
- As part of the Carsome commitment to delivering trusted services, car owners can enjoy quality-assured car maintenance and repair services provided by certified mechanics, and receive transparent and upfront billing. Each car maintenance service will even include a complimentary 20-point inspection!
- Eric also revealed that the company will expand its footprint in stages.
- Read the full article on TechNode Global.
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