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Jumptech expands into Australia thanks to partnership with EVSE

Jumptech's platform will provide real-time visibility over installations EV drivers can book through EVSE. Image: Jumptech.

Jumptech's platform will provide real-time visibility over installations EV drivers can book through EVSE. Image: Jumptech.

British electric vehicle (EV) charger installation software company Jumptech has expanded into Australia thanks to a new partnership with charging specialist EVSE.

EV drivers can order chargers and installation directly via EVSE’s website, and work with selected contractors on the Jumptech platform to carry out the installation.

The platform will now be used to manage the nationwide EV charging installation offer, enabling real-time visibility and control over the work being carried out by installation partners. The platform additionally enables benchmarking of installation partners against Service Level Agreements, ensuring they can maintain the quality of the service.

“Partnering with Jumptech has given us the ability to oversee and manage our nationwide installer network whilst providing a tailored, quality controlled offering to the leading OEMs selling electric vehicles in Australia,” said Sam Korkees, co-founder and CEO EVSE Australia.

The partnership follows a string of UK deals Jumptech has announced in 2021, including integrating its installer management platform with ev.energy’s EV owner smart charging software platform as part of a partnership announced just last week (29 November).

Jumptech has also partnered Indra, Easee UK, ProjectEV, TSG UK, Fulcrum, BP Pulse, Pod Point, YESSS EV & Energy and Good Energy.

Phli Nunn, founder of Jumptech added, “We’re delighted to be working with EVSE across Australia helping them provide a scalable install service to the OEMs and build their install network to prepare for the growth in EV adoption.”

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