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New York Company Develops Wireless Payment Application

LCT Staff
Posted on February 7, 2007

NEW YORK — Qdrivium Corp, a New York-based technology company, has developed an Internet-based tool that integrates directly with chauffeured transportation companies’ dispatching systems.

The wireless device provides an electronic itemized voucher when a passenger enters the vehicle and automatically calculates a fare that can be reviewed and approved by the client at the end of the ride. According to the company, the application requires only a web browser and no installation or managing of software is necessary. Qdrivium said the tool can be used with any car company.

Source: Business Travel News

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