Apple’s CEO Tim Cook once said, “I don’t care about the bloody ROI”, and what mattered to him was the overall contribution to customer experience.
Living in Bangalore for the past 15 years, I don’t have to really reiterate that I love the city for its cosmopolitan culture, weather, food options, and the list can go on. Of course, there are things that I don’t like about the city such as infrastructure, lack of basic amenities and traffic.
This city was never designed for the speed at which it is growing. Amending the infrastructure at this point of time to accommodate the growth is impossible. A 20 minutes’ journey easily stretches up to an hour. There are places where I drive through garbage, drainage water springing out of a manhole, dug-up roads and long traffic queues. All these definitely contribute to doubling the commute time. Although these issues keep cropping up and do get eventually resolved, there is something that doesn’t seem to have a solution – TRAFFIC.
You conduct a survey asking to choose the 3 most annoying things and you will get TRAFFIC as a common answer, apart from other replies such as sales calls, missing socks, mothers-in-law, bosses, etc.
Carpooling is one of the best solutions available to us to end the traffic woes. So, why not use it effectively? But ‘HOW’ is the big question that most of us still face.
We have apps now, catering to users to find ride-sharing partners, which is becoming a global phenomenon.
QuickRide launches its ride-sharing app in Bangalore for an awesome experience with cutting edge technology, end-to-end automation, and user-friendly features.
But why QuickRide? As Tim Cook said customer experience matters, that’s exactly our motto at QuickRide.
With our erratic time schedules and varied work demands, having one carpool partner is not feasible. So, we bring to you a choice to select a carpool partner from a range of carpoolers, thereby making your carpooling experience more flexible and viable.
Sharing and saving can now go hand-in-hand. You share the rides and save the environment, money and time.
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