Jul 27, 2017
Tirhal is the Sudanese version of Uber. In less than a year the company can position itself as a market leader with over 2,000 cabs to date. With sanctions preventing Uber from operating in Sudan, there was an opportunity for a local transportation service. Mohamed and his partners found the ideal solution in the TaxiStartup software.
Mar 29, 2017
Every day our support and sales agents hear from our clients that they would like to build an app similar to Uber. This idea is widespread. Uber is indeed a huge success and it has really changed the whole concept of taxi and ground transportation. Once an idea is in place, a nightmare arrives...
Feb 23, 2017
Bahrain Taxi placed a request to develop mobile applications, that would make it easier for drivers and passengers to book and track rides. Previously the company was reliant upon alternative solutions and apps that were not built for taxi business, but after a period of time, it became impossible to grow and expand without an advanced technology behind.
Sep 21, 2016
Uber is making it less of a need to own a car and instead purchasing rides. Investors feel as if the service could have huge implications on society as it stands at this very moment. In an effort to expand it services to other markets Uber has experimented in several areas to include Uber ice cream services, bbq, and roses for valentines day. Uber is just one step in the direction of a new taxicab like experience.
Jul 25, 2016
If you ever cross this article you have probably thought about bringing your business to the world of mobile apps and web booking. You also probably already have some dispatch/management system, and all you need is a simple app and web widget to get your going and win over Uber&Co mafia.
Nov 12, 2015
Taxis need to stop protesting and start competing, but this is easier said than done, as Uber and Taxis are not playing on the same playing field. Uber is able to operate without the same regulations as Taxis. Given this is the case, we are now at a crossroads. Regulate Uber or deregulate Taxis?
May 14, 2015
Globally the taxi industry is under fire in what has turned into a global Taxi War. Who started this? Uber. Uber brought a disruptive technology and it is destroying a long standing industry. Taxis can complain all they want about Uber not being regulated like a Taxi, but unfortunately you cannot rely on political officials to fight your battles.
Apr 14, 2015
The landscape of the taxi industry is changing and changing rapidly. There is really one force which has sparked this astonishing change, and that is Uber. Really, it was Uber that started the disruption with a ride hailing app, but it is now the job of taxi companies to finish it. There is no better place to do this than in the markets where Uber is being halted, or is not in, and that is in the “developing world.”
Mar 23, 2015
Uber is arguably the largest name currently in the transportation industry. They get good press, bad press, and everything in between. Whatever your opinion of the “ride-sharing” company, the one thing you can count on is they will shape the Taxi and Limo service industry’s future. With Google Ventures even giving Uber their vote of confidence, there is no doubt they will be around for a while. Uber is an interesting company and it fuels a very hot debate with regards to safety, ethics, and their place in the industry. Lets face it, the opposition comes from the world of Taxi’s who are desperately trying to compete, as well as keep Uber out of their cities.
Mar 18, 2015
The self-driving will be a reality in our lifetime and the advent will be a disruptive technology in the same magnitude as the train. When the advent of the train came along, you went from transporting a few people or things by horse, to transporting large numbers of people and goods long distances at an alarming speed. This created the first forms of globalisation and created the wide spread practice of global trade. The effects were staggering to mans progression. The next was the advent of the automobile, which allowed every individual to be mobile at a rapid pace to anywhere there were roads. Now, society is faced with the self-driving car which will allow people to get places and no longer need a vehicle.