BookMyTime acquires automobile startup Servicemykar

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BookMyTimeCar purchase and servicing platform, BookMyTime, has acquired car management startup Service year. “With this acquisition, we are ready to expand our operations in terms of service and geography”, said Raghuram Kote, founder of BookMyTime. The BookMyTime app provides users with price comparisons of cars, as well as servicing requirements such as providing details of puncture shops and round the clock towing services. The company, which is currently present in Bangalore, claims to have partnered with more than 182 authorized dealers for servicing and 110 dealers for new cars.

In the automobiles sector, online classifieds firm, Quikr has acquired Step, a platform that connects vehicle owners with service providers nearest to them during September this year. Prior to that, Girnar Software Pvt Ltd, which owns, and, had acquired roadside assistance (RSA) provider, Help On Wheels Pvt Ltd in an all – cash deal in April, this year. The automobile marketplace and repair segment has seen a lot of investor interest recently. Read more on Investments

The growth of the IT and other industries in India has greatly improved the standard of living of Indian citizens. Many people have now purchased cars or bikes (which have led to huge traffic snarls in all the cities in India) and are able to commute with ease. With greater number of cars, comes a greater need to service them. BookMyTime app has made life easy for people by allowing them to do price comparison of cars before purchasing, thereby ensuring purchase of cheap and efficient cars. It is also easy for people now to find a good car servicing agent to repair and clean their car on regular intervals. Maintenance of cars is essential to optimize their performance and also to make them appear clean and neat. People stuck on roads due to car – punctures or engine breakdowns can also avail help easily by means of BookMyTime’s mobile app. This startup is definitely a useful startup and a visionary one. The government of India should promote more startups like these. Read more on Startup News



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