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Jumptech continues expansion with new Hypervolt partnership

Hypervolt will use Jumptech's platform to manage the installation of its EV chargers. Image: Jumptech.

Hypervolt will use Jumptech's platform to manage the installation of its EV chargers. Image: Jumptech.

Jumptech has signed its first partnership of 2022, with electric vehicle (EV) charging technology company Hypervolt.

Hypervolt will use the Jumptech Connect platform to manage sales, which it has seen double in the past year since it was launched. Sales leads will be passed to its network of installers, and visibility maintained over the installation using the platform.

Additionally, the platform will track and benchmark the performance of installers, ensuring customers receive the best service according to Hypervolt.

Flavian Alexandru, the company’s CEO, added: “Jumptech enables us to continue to scale up our installs across the UK and Europe by providing visibility and control of the installs, necessary to maintain our reputation.”

The deal follows a busy 2021 for Jumptech, which included expanding into Australia thanks to a partnership with charging specialist EVSE.

Beyond this, it integrated its installer management platform with ev.energy’s EV owner smart charging software platform, while Indra, Easee UK, ProjectEV, TSG UK, Fulcrum, BP Pulse, Pod Point, YESSS EV & Energy and Good Energy adopted the software.

Jumptech’s founder, Phil Nunn, said: “It’s fantastic to be part of Hypervolt’s impressive growth story, and we’re looking forward to working with the team that has the same focus on customer service and scalable technology.”

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