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Norwegian mobility tech company Casi wins the European OEM Innovative Tech Product of the Year Award

Car subscription technology Casi picks up the award at the European Informa Tech Automotive Awards for its collaboration with Stellantis Financial Services Nederland in launching and operating car subscription service Drivenjoy.

Bergen, Norway (November 16th, 2023) Casi, a market-leading provider of car subscription technology, has been awarded the 2023 European OEM Innovative Tech Product of the Year Award at the European Informa Tech Automotive Awards in Berlin, Germany.

The award is given together with Casi’s customer, Stellantis Financial Services Nederland, for their Drivenjoy car subscription service in the Netherlands. Drivenjoy is leading the Dutch car subscription market and has hundreds of vehicles being offered on subscription, powered by Casi technology. The award recognises an outstanding technology product made by an active OEM in the European market.

“We are extremely grateful and proud that our determined contribution has led to this recognition,” says Jordan Symonds, Head of Communication at Casi. “Casi’s tech platform and StellantisFinancial Services’s ambitions for Drivenjoy have been a perfect match, and together, we’ve been able to provide customers with easy and flexible access to a new car,” she continues.

Casi’s tech platform contains all the tools needed to track and manage the entire lifecycle of a car running on a subscription. This includes all back-end systems needed to track and manage fleet status, maintenance, and digital direct distribution sales through an automaker’s webshop. The white-label platform can also be integrated seamlessly into the existing tech landscape, including ID solutions, ERP systems, and CRM systems.

The awards ceremony was held during the AutoTech Europe event in Berlin. AutoTech: Europe is an event focused on bringing decision-makers in the auto industry together to collaborate and find new business models to stay competitive. The event explored various topics such as software-defined vehicles, consumer-focused revenue streams, connectivity, electrification, sustainability, user experience, AI, and mobility-as-a-service.

In addition to Casi and Stellantis’ award win, Casi Head of Communications Jordan Symonds was shortlisted for the European Inspirational Woman of the Year award for her work building the Join the Ride interview series, providing new insights into the future of the automotive industry and technology, from top automotive professionals.

Casi’s technology is used and trusted by over 50 car subscription providers, including market leaders like Hyundai, Toyota, Stellantis, Volkswagen, Schibsted, and AutoScout24. The company recently announced its partnership with Hyundai Motor Europe to bring Mocean car subscriptions to markets across Europe.