The London-based technology firm integrates scooter, bike-sharing, food delivery suppliers and more, into superapps like Alipay, Grab and Booking.com.
“Splyt‘s unique network of mobility suppliers is accessible to over 2 billion users,” its CEO and Co-Founder Philipp Mintchin told Zag Daily.
“We feel that making multiple mobility modes accessible to the greatest number of users, is an instrumental part of our industry’s efforts to decarbonise cities, and remove dependence on private car ownership.”
Rather than downloading multiple apps and remembering several login details, users will soon be able to use TIER’s services through their favoured superapp.
Splyt’s network of smartphone users can discover, unlock and pay for TIER’s e-scooters, e-bikes and e-mopeds from within these superapps, providing a one-stop-shop experience.
Language conversion and global customer-support is also provided by Splyt so “users feel at home anywhere,” said the firm.
The new partnership is complemented by the fact that TIER’s subsidiary nextbike is already collaborating with Splyt. In addition to the bike-share systems in Germany, the systems in the UK and in León, Spain will also now be integrated into the service.
Tinia Muehlfenzl, Vice President of Market Development at TIER, added: “Our mission to change mobility for good is all about creating strong partnerships…we are delighted to team up with Splyt to make our shared micromobility services accessible to superapp uses around the world.”
Splyt has also partnered with micromobility firms such as Voi, Reby and BIT.