Chinese car rental firm Ehi, Tencent's WeBank ally on travel-related fintech
Both parties will jointly innovate and cooperate on car travel, membership services, financial insurance, blockchain technologies and other fields.
Both parties will jointly innovate and cooperate on car travel, membership services, financial insurance, blockchain technologies and other fields. The Shanghai-based company did not say when the two parties signed the agreement nor did it provide any other details.
Insiders note that there is much room for growth of financial services in China's sector amid a steady rise in incomes. Integrating the technologies of facial recognition and verification and payment owned by WeBank into car rental services will optimize and improve user experience, while the bank's risk control system based on Big Data will also bring new changes to the car rental scene, they added.
Founded in 2006, Ehi Car's businesses cover long-term corporate rentals, vehicle team management, short-term individual hires, the use of cars for conferences and conventions and other sectors. It directly operates more than 4,000 stores in more than 300 cities across China, with over 200 car models in use.
Read Original Article