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Deem Discloses New Limo Company Sign Ups For Pending App

Posted on September 30, 2015
Deem CEO Patrick Grady at the International LCT Show state of industry presentation, Sunday, March 16, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT photo by Kevin Haegele)

Deem CEO Patrick Grady at the International LCT Show state of industry presentation, Sunday, March 16, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT photo by Kevin Haegele)

Deem CEO Patrick Grady at the International LCT Show state of industry presentation, Sunday, March 16, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT photo by Kevin Haegele)

Deem CEO Patrick Grady at the International LCT Show state of industry presentation, Sunday, March 16, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nev. (LCT photo by Kevin Haegele)

SAN FRANCISCO — Deem  announced Sept. 28  an expanded list of chauffeured transportation operators who have signed agreements with the company for its new Car Service Cloud and Mobile application, expected to be unveiled sometime before the end of the year.

Following the announcement of a partnership with the National Limousine Association (NLA) and many of the largest operators in ground transportation at the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Annual Conference in Orlando, Fla. in June, the new companies added to the list of operators on the Deem Car Service network include: Grand Avenue, Greene Worldwide Transportation, Best Chauffeured, Teddy's Transportation System, Inc., Grace Limousine, The Driver Provider, Cooper-Global Chauffeured Transportation, El Paseo Limousine & Corporate Transportation Services, ETS International, Guru Limousine, Corporate Sedan Service, Ascent VIP Service, New Jersey Limo Finders, A1A Airport & Limo, All Seasons Transportation and Company Car, among others.

These operators join EmpireCLS, Music Express, Pure Luxury, Flyte Tyme, Arrow Limousine, Gem Limousine Worldwide, Universal Limousine, U.S. Sedan Service Inc., North Point Transportation, AJL International and Sterling Limousine already on the network.

Deem is building a cloud and mobile platform to deliver a highly-scalable real-time network and mobile application to the chauffeured transportation industry, leveling the technology playing field against the new class of transportation network companies (TNCs).

Deem Car Service Cloud and Mobile will allow operators around the world to focus on their core strength of delivering the safest and highest quality ground service while corporations will be able to combine duty-of-care with savings. Business travelers and consumers will enjoy world-class convenience, safety and service.

Deem also announced with BCD Travel a distribution agreement for Deem Car Service. Under the agreement, BCD Travel agents will be able to offer business travelers and companies access to the largest network of chauffeured transportation vehicles through a seamless, consumer-friendly application with cloud and mobile capabilities.

Source: Deem press release

Related Topics: apps, Deem, mobile applications, National Limousine Association, on-demand service

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