TelioEV expands EV charging management solutions to five countries across Asia Pacific and GCC region

The company commenced operations in these geographies in December 2023 and is currently in discussions with various stakeholders, including charge point operators, OEMs, EV users, electric vehicle merchants, vehicle OEMs, and fleet owners, to strengthen its presence in these regions.

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TelioEV expands EV charging management solutions to five countries across Asia Pacific and GCC region

TelioEV, an EV charging management solutions provider based in India, has announced its expansion into five countries - Sri Lanka, Nepal, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and Oman within just 18 months since its inception.

The company commenced operations in these geographies in December 2023 and is currently in discussions with various stakeholders, including charge point operators, OEMs, EV users, electric vehicle merchants, vehicle OEMs, and fleet owners, to strengthen its presence in these regions.

TelioEV offers a comprehensive Charging Management System (CMS) and has partnered with key players as software providers in the Asia Pacific and GCC region. Through these collaborations, TelioEV will provide cutting-edge software solutions that enable customers to easily locate and utilize EV charging stations. The company caters to various stakeholders in the EV ecosystem, offering services such as enabling Charger point operators to manage their charging network and providing digital journey services, cloud services, embedded software, and other EV software services to Vehicle OEMs.

As a Software as a Service (SaaS)-based EV Charging Solution provider, TelioEV offers an enterprise platform with a custom app in the nations it operates in. The company has already listed over 10,000 EV charging stations on its Discovery App in India.

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