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Can ride-sharing really be a way forward for Enterprise Transportation?

In most Indian metros, large employers have employee transportation among their three largest expenses. A typical large corporate’s employees travel using a combination of personal vehicles, company provided shuttle/bus services and paid taxi services, and by other modes including public transportation. Transportation costs have a direct bearing on bottom-line, while transport facilities directly affect employee…




All in mind

From carpooling to Ride sharing: technology is no more the bottleneck, mindset is

Ever heard of Carpooling? Bet you have – and mostly not so great things about it! In its original form – carpooling used to be a tedious, inflexible and often arduous exercise among participants. You needed to start and stop at same or close-by points. You needed to co-ordinate by some divine method of guessing…




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Parking space crunch

Rapid growth of vehicles in Bangalore is leading us towards an enormous parking crunch. With rapid boom in the IT sector, packed public transport, increasing disposable cash and unplanned infrastructure we are witnessing lack of organized parking spaces. Ratio of number of 2 wheelers and four wheelers with the available parking space is witnessing a…



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Formula of speed

‎#Galileo defined speed as the distance covered per unit of time. I think at the time of inventing the formula of speed Galileo was not aware of the traffic that would haunt the mankind in the future days. Or at least he believed that it will not be an influencing parameter but it has become one now. According…



Founder of QuickRide

That’s how QuickRide happened

When Mr. KNM Rao quit as Director at Huawei Technologies, he was very well aware of the fact that there were apps available in India and across the globe for ride sharing. He was also aware of the fact that a lot of ride sharing apps could not make an impact in India and eventually…




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Launching QuickRide in Bangalore

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…