Online automobile service marketplace Autoyaar.com launched
In order to tap India’s USD 2 billion after-sales automobile market, Autoyaar – an online marketplace for automobile servicing, providing, listing and booking for two and four wheelers – announced the launch of its operations here in the city. It is also contemplating to expand their footprints in Mumbai, Delhi and Pune in the next six months.
Over 1,000 automobile service providers listed on the portal; to expand its footprints in Mumbai, Delhi and Pune in the next six months
Ahmedabad : In order to tap India’s USD 2 billion after-sales automobile market, Autoyaar – an online marketplace for automobile servicing, providing, listing and booking for two and four wheelers – announced the launch of its operations here in the city. It is also contemplating to expand their footprints in Mumbai, Delhi and Pune in the next six months.
About 60 per cent of the automobile servicing industry in India falls under the unorganised segment. The reliability, quality and marked disparity in pricing associated with vehicle service are major sore points for the customer which forces them to end up compromising on their vehicle’s service. In a quest to find solutions to these glitches and with an aim to fill up a void that is probably going to change the face of the automobile service industry was launched Autoyaar.com by four friends Amisha Shah, Abhishek Gupta, Sunil Gupta and Bharat Ostwal.
Autoyaar.com – a first of its kind aggregator platform and a one-stop solution for all automobile service needs – claims to save 30-50 per cent of your service costs, providing a unified service experience with its verified network of service providers. “Autoyaar is unifying the unorganised automobile service industry into a single organised platform. It have more than 1,000 automobile service providers listed, out of which, 63 are handpicked and verified for online bookings basis a pre-defined criteria and checklist of selection which include infrastructure, service capacity, technology, automobile experience and many more to ensure that quality of services is maintained. These include names like Bosch Car Service, CarzSpa and Castrol Pitstop,” said Bharat Ostwal, Co-Founder & Director, Vroom Technologies Private Limited.
The start-up has catered to more than 500 customers so far. Customers can pick, compare and choose from a host of service providers based on cost, locality, make and model of the vehicle as well as services desired. Detailed profiles of the service providers, which includes real time pictures, list of services and facilities, reviews and ratings helps the customer make an informed choice; all of this just in a few clicks.
“It is extremely unfair that the private workshops in India are branded as local garages despite providing good services at a very cost effective price. Online is a powerful medium and with Autoyaar.com, every private workshop can have its online identity and can showcase its infrastructure and services in a transparent manner thus assisting customers to take an educated decision on where to avail what services. This is a win-win situation for all involved, a strong sign for a positive change in the automotive service eco-system,” emphasises Sunil Gupta, Co-Founder & Director of the Company.
Currently bootstrapped, the Ahmedabad-headquartered working with funds contributed by the founders and is in the process of initiating talks for raising funds with a few angel investors for their expansions in Mumbai, Delhi and Pune in the next six months.
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