NEW YORK, NY — Dashride, a software provider offering mobile dispatching solutions for livery businesses, recently announced the launch of its new corporate accounts function. With Dashride’s new corporate accounts feature, limousine companies can provide clients with an easy-to-use, mobile on-demand booking experience. The new feature allows passengers to view drivers on a map as they drive towards them, and once the ride is complete corporations can use their own preferred billing method, be it regular invoicing, individual credit cards, or department credit cards.
Nadav Ullman, CEO of Dashride said of the new feature, “Corporations, many of which have long-standing relationships with their corporate transportation providers, are no longer satisfied with dated dispatching methods and the limitations associated with having to book rides in advance. They want providers to give them an on-demand way to book cars, and Dashride’s app solutions gives limo companies just that.”
The company said in its press release: “Although several ridesharing giants have recently released corporate accounts capabilities – many are still largely unable to offer proper billing preferences such as direct billed accounts, and cannot accept future bookings – both necessary requirements for larger companies. In addition, they do not provide the data required by many companies, such as client matter numbers and MIS reporting on ride data. Many companies have also not switched their corporate accounts to the ridesharing giants due to their often unpredictable pricing models, and driver background checks and insurance policies that many consider insufficient.”
The Dashride platform comes with live vehicle tracking, ride reporting and analytics, driver apps, auto-dispatching, coupon management, multi-state franchising, and with the new corporate accounts feature, Dashride is trying to meet the needs of an evolving, modern corporate traveler.
“The new demand for mobile on-demand corporate booking leaves a huge opportunity for existing fleets to gain market share in the corporate world and lock down existing business relationships for the long term,” Ullman says.