Indhumathi D

For years, the Indian taxi industry was fragmented and unorganised. But, with the introduction of TaxiForSure in 2013 and Uber’s entry in the same year, a drastic change was in sight. Today, the apprehensions surrounding on-demand taxi transportation have almost disappeared and the existing traditional taxi players have ventured into the digital world.
Retracing the on-demand industry
Where Uber was disrupting the taxi industry all over the world, things seemed slow in the Indian soil.

Indhumathi D

The advent of ride-hailing software and apps has made taxi booking and dispatching easy. It is going great, and businesses across the globe are getting benefited from the ever-evolving, on-demand ride-hailing concept. And now, the industry leaders are on the verge of adopting automation in every process of dispatching and managing. Is it a pressing need for the industry right now? Yes, obviously. Continue reading to know why automation is essential for the taxi industry.

Indhumathi D

You do not have to flag down for a taxi anymore in Thailand.
Thailand is known for attractions such as tropical beaches, ornate temples, ancient ruins and opulent royal palaces where tourism is the major contributor of the economy. At times, tourists and daily commuters find it difficult to get taxis especially in the busiest cities like Chang Mai or Bangkok.

Indhumathi D

Ride-hailing business is booming across the world irrespective of the region or country. Egypt attracts a huge range of tourists every year and is likely to welcome an increased number of international tourists by 2020. Moreover, people rely mostly on taxis for their daily commutes, airport transfers, visiting attractions, and so on. So, the doors are wide open for taxi startups to emerge in Egypt, which would be the potential landscape for the taxi business to grow.

Indhumathi D

Dear Taxi Drivers of Jordan!
It is good to see you protesting for your rights in your motherland. There is a better solution for you to resolve this problem. As rightly said by Jordan’s General Director of Ministry of Transport, Mr. Anmar Khasawneh about this protest and a possible solution for this issue in his interview to The Jordan Times?
“It is not realistic or even applicable […].

Indhumathi D

Taxi business is an all-time thriving business; however, the accessibility of the service was a little bit clumsy and inconvenient because of the disordered booking system, indecisive driver behavior, or difficulties in finding locations. The advent of taxi technology for online ride-hailing services has made bookings and dispatching easier for passengers, drivers, and business operators.

Arun Kumar

The taxi companies see immense possibilities for ride sharing in British Columbia. Considering the consumer demands, the NDP government has announced that it will bring ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft to B.C., but only after reviewing the current policies and devising a new report. The idea has been to allow the services by the end of this year. But the companies will have to wait a little longer, hoping to start the services by early 2018.