Indhumathi D

Can you imagine a day without your smartphone? When it comes to taxi booking, it has a greater role to play. Booking taxi over the phone call and waving hands on roads for cab do not work anymore in this smart and digitized world.
Taxi business who rely on a traditional way of booking cab cannot withstand in the field as there are a lot more happening across the industry.

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.

Arun Kumar

Unpleasant taxi rides have vanished with the arrival of taxi-hailing application. Unlike traditional taxis, app based taxi companies have hit the market with a disruptive technology to deliver an upmarket taxi service. The e-hailing concept has been hailed in many countries where it has even been legalized for more effectiveness.

Arun Kumar

Uber has brought a devastating blow to the Taxi Industry. So, is it all over for the licensed holders? Not quite.
The local taxi companies across the globe have been hanging by a thread. To make a comeback can be challenging, but not impossible. The answer lies within IoT.
To find the solution of reviving the taxi industry, it is important to analyse your competitor, case in point, the Uber’s success story.

Arun Kumar

Uber is a successful concept that has been trending in the taxi industry. Since its inception, it is rocking in its performance and excelling in its service. The idea of how Uber works has been a nightmare for many who are already in taxi business as well as for those who would like to step into it. Here are a few features that a taxi-hailing app must have for better results:
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Arun Kumar

While Uber rapidly launches its service across many cities in the world, Yellow Cabs are still alive, and the drivers of Yellow Cabs get about twice the number of daily trips that an Uber driver does. Uber drivers are getting more number of trips than the traditional taxis, which means Uber drivers are performing twice than the other taxi drivers. However, surprisingly Yellow Cabs are still a big rivalry to on-demand taxi services like Uber and Lyft in New York City (NYC).

Arun Kumar

The dispatch software for taxi services is revolutionizing entire operations that can create ripples in the entire industry. There are a number of taxi services that have changed their stand by adopting mobile applications to manage their booking and dispatch operations. The revolution in the taxi industry helps passengers to book, track and make payments for their rides online.