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Auto Club App: Digital Transformation in Car Trading in Egypt with Comprehensive Services

Auto Club, an e-commerce and digital marketing solutions company, has announced the launch of its new app, “Auto Club,” to drive digital transformation in the car trading sector in Egypt. This app aims to accelerate the pace of digital transformation in this sector for individuals, showrooms, and car trading companies.

Auto Club App: Revolutionizing Car Trading

Hesham Al-Safi, CEO of Auto Club, stated that the new app offers unique digital services for the first time in Egypt. The app allows individuals to easily buy and sell their cars, whether new or used and offers services for installment and cash sales.

Premium Services to Simplify Car Transactions

Hesham Al-Safi explained that one of the standout services provided by the Auto Club app is installment plans in collaboration with several Egyptian banks and car insurance services in partnership with local insurance companies. These services aim to simplify the process of searching for, purchasing, and insuring cars, saving customers considerable time and effort compared to traditional methods.

Extensive Experience in Digital Transformation and E-commerce

Hesham Al-Safi boasts over 15 years of experience in digital transformation, e-commerce, digital marketing, business management, and the real estate sector. He emphasized that his company aims to digitize car trading services in the Egyptian market, making the process of buying and selling cars much easier, including installment, financing, and car insurance services.

Auto Club App Brings All Stakeholders Together in One Platform

The Auto Club app aims to bring all stakeholders in the car trading ecosystem together on one platform, including car trading companies and showrooms, banks, consumer finance companies, and insurance companies. Al-Safi believes that this collaboration among various stakeholders will help deliver an exceptional buying and service experience for car trading customers, ensuring they receive comprehensive and competitive offers.

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