About the CodeNekt startup, founded by Francis Hachem

Have you ever wondered when you have to pass the technical control of your car? Or when to do the revision? And this without having to turn over the 3rd drawer of your desk to find the Car folder? We almost all go through this!

@Francis Hachem the founder of the CodeNekt startup has been there. Like many others, he once wondered when? And even from Where: “Where did I put this revision invoice”? His thing is #frenchtech. Entrepreneur for 20 years in digital development, he decides to deal with this problem. Thanks to his technical experience, he sees the solution via a mobile app.

The CodeNekt app's mission is to simplify the driver's life by bringing together all of the vehicle's information in a single application and by notifying him of its upcoming technical and legal deadlines. The app is intended to be your personal assistant for your vehicle.

400,000 vehicles

driving without a valid periodic technical inspection (source 2019)

30,000 accidents

involving an uninsured vehicle (source 2018).


up to 25% savings

of fuel by regularly maintaining your vehicle.


CodeNekt aims to make a real difference:
➡️ Secure drivers and road users
➡️ Simplify vehicle maintenance and control procedures
➡️ Support the driver on a daily basis

Application de la Startup CodeNekt


To propel CodeNekt into the autotech sphere, new collaborators are entering the game: Jerome T. R&D consultant to major software publishers such as IBM, Airbus, AirFrance, Orange. Christophe C. API and Agility specialist and thinness of a VINCI hackaton. Cédric M. Expert in cybersecurity and cryptography. Christophe T. Advisor 15 years in the Marketing Department of PSA

June 2020

From a week of design thinking, creative sprints, new UX features will emerge, for both BtoC and BtoB users.


First Ux-Ui design documents and sketches.

March 2021

Fundraising 100K € The app is pitched to AYOMI. The platform makes it possible to raise 100K €. This marks the recruitment of the development team.

May 2021

Development of the application. 500 hours of code lines. 15 users of the pre-beta version.