SimpleEnergy partners with ReadyAssist for post sale support services

The support will include a seamless connection to ReadyAssist’s technology platform, complete with the real-time interface on their app that will aid the process of requesting assistance whenever required.

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SimpleEnergy partners with ReadyAssist for post sale support services

SimpleEnergy, an electric vehicle and clean energy start-up, has joined hands with ReadyAssist, India’s leading vehicle assistance company, to offer round the clock post sales assistance to the former's customer base. 

SimpleEnergy, with the help of ReadyAssist will amp up its customer experience via round-the-clock support nationwide for its current model Simple ONE and upcoming models in the coming months . 

The support will include a seamless connection to ReadyAssist’s technology platform, complete with the real-time interface on their app that will aid the process of requesting assistance whenever required. These services will include ReadyAssist’s complete gamut of roadside assistance.

Vimal Singh, Founder and CEO, ReadyAssist states, “By joining hands with SimpleEnergy, we are positive that we will make major strides in the EV industry. This partnership will focus heavily on offering roadside assistance services to SimplEnergy customers but also undertake the due diligence to ensure value-added post-sales customer support."

Shreshth Mishra, Co-founder, Simple Energy further adds, “We take our initiative of #FutureOfMobility very seriously and understand that our journey does not end with our customers purchasing our vehicle. We are poised towards building the next-generation electric scooter, and want to ensure a seamless customer experience in all stages of customer purchase experience".

"We are confident that by joining hands with ReadyAssist, we will positively impact the industry and our customers' hearts and minds", he further added. 

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