Fintech firm Tabby has partnered with Arabian Automobiles, a subsidiary of UAE’s AW Rostamani Group, to revolutionise the after-sales services experience for customers.
The partnerships will offer enhanced convenience and flexibility when it comes to vehicle maintenance and repair costs.
By integrating Tabby’s platform into Arabian Automobiles’ payment process, customers will have the opportunity to manage their vehicle maintenance and repair expenses towards the purchase of service contracts, insurance products and further added value offers.
Customers will also have the option to split their payments into four interest-free instalments, allowing them to manage their budgets without straining their wallets.
“As a customer-centric organisation, Arabian Automobiles has always been committed to delivering exceptional services throughout the entire vehicle ownership journey,” said Salah Yamout, chief operating officer at Arabian Automobiles.
“Through its collaboration with Tabby, Arabian Automobiles is taking another significant stride in enhancing customer fulfilment and assurance by enabling fee-free payment processing, ensuring a seamless experience for its customers.”
Arabian Automobiles and Tabby are confident that this partnership represents a significant milestone in the continued growth of both organisations, setting new industry standards and enhancing overall customer satisfaction.
“This partnership marks the start of a whole new level of convenience and affordability in the auto servicing sector, empowering every driver to navigate their financial journey with confidence,” said Zain Khan, director of Business at Tabby.
Customers can visit any of the service centre facilities across Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates for further details. With more than 50 years in the business, Arabian Automobiles is one of the biggest automotive dealers in the GCC.
The company is the exclusive distributor of Nissan, INFINITI and Renault vehicles in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
Tabby expands its ecosystem
Founded in 2019, Tabby has gone from strength to strength with over four million active shoppers across Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Kuwait and Bahrain.
The buy now, pay later (BNPL) platform partners with retailers to provide consumers, both online and in-store, the option to defer paying for purchases for up to 30 days or to pay four equal monthly instalments at zero cost.
Over 15,000 global brands and small businesses, including H&M, Adidas, IKEA, Shein, noon and Bloomingdale’s use the company’s BNPL solution.
Tabby partnered with Majid Al Futtaim in June to allow customers to better manage their spending and make purchases more conveniently both in-store and online.
The fintech firm also partnered with Saudi budget carrier Flynas earlier in August to provide travellers with flexible payment solutions. The partnership allows customers to pay for their trips in four interest-free payment instalments.
In August, Tabby unveiled Tabby Shop in the UAE and Saudi Arabia. The shopping tool makes navigating on the mobile app easy, enabling shoppers to sort and filter by colour, brand, price, materials and more.