Pack'n drive offers new attractive, digital and relevant user experiences around intelligent mobility by considering the car as a service platform: Car as a Service (CaaS).
Our vision encloses new mobility services by connecting vehicles to applications that allow continuous interaction to provide an improved, digital and relevant experience.
To do this, we exploit the potential of technologies to create faster, smarter and safer services.
Smart Connected Claims Management
Chainly is a solution for reporting (connected) automobile claims. It automates a large number of transactional steps from claim submission to garage appointment.
Chainly is a suitable solution for :
The Chainly solution :
Today the rescue phase is very seamless with the E-CALL, and we must maintain this dynamic in claims. This is why Chainly offers a new way to report claims , we want to set up experiments with the players in insurance, automaker and Smart Mobility.
Using the Chatbot the customer can report his claim, ask for assistance, make an appointment with a garage. He can also ask questions directly to Chainly to find out about his contract or about the steps to take in the event of a claim.
Chainly is modular and adapts to your needs.
The appointment feature of Chainly, allows to increase the number of people attending mechanical workshops by simplifying access to the services and the infrastructures.
RDV Garage is available on messengers and integrates directly into garage websites.
Skema Business School - Paris-Dauphine
Finance Consultant + 15 years
Strategic and operational development of Pack'n'Drive
Consultant & Senior Developer in Finance and Mobility + 9 years
Supervision and technical development of Pack'n'Drive
Car as a Service
Pack'n Drive aims to be an important player in Car-as-a-Service, offering a better customer experience and muche simpler and transparent conversational interactions.
Pack'n Drive uses breakthrough technologies, ChatBot & Blockchain, to offer a highly differentiating service.
Between 1020 InsurTechs, only 2% use these technologies.