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Alliance Ventures invests in Tekion

Alliance Ventures, the strategic venture capital arm of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, has announced a new investment in digital technologies and services by investing in Tekion, a US company. Tekion brings connected digital experiences to automotive retail through the most advanced Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence capabilities available.

The investment in Tekion, based in California’s Silicon Valley, is the latest investment by Alliance Ventures in start-ups, early-stage development, and entrepreneurs at the cutting edge of next-generation systems for the automotive industry.

François Dossa, Alliance Global Vice President, Ventures and Open Innovation, said: “Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi believes that automotive groups with the most advanced and digitally-connected customer services will enjoy significant competitive advantages. This is one of the reasons we are investing in Tekion, a company that is leveraging the most advanced technologies to provide digital experiences and solutions for automotive retail. 

Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tekion added: “At Tekion, we offer the latest technology from ML/AI to Big Data and Internet of Things, all integrated in one cloud platform, bringing a seamless digital experience from online to in-store. This investment from Alliance Ventures will enable us to go farther and faster in creating best-in-class, integrated experiences that connect OEMs, dealers, and consumers better than ever before.”

The investment follows nine other direct investments in 2018, in startups based in North America, Europe, Middle-East and China, to allow Alliance Ventures to contribute to the future of mobility for all.

Financial terms of the Tekion investment will not be disclosed.

Topics: Alliance Ventures , Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi , Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence , François Dossa
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