The app based transportation company caters to business customers in 300 cities in 60 countries.
The New Jersey-based company wants to compete in the growing TNC market.
APERTUS Aviation now offers clients the option of using the app-driven global chauffeured vehicle service.
Now that the new campus won't be setting up shop in Queens, the city is heading into battle with another tech giant.
Mears Transportation will allow its 600 taxis and 230 luxury vehicles to supply the TNC it once fiercely opposed.
Skedaddle is like Groupon for buses, allowing riders to book long-distance trips via an app.
The global chauffeured network incentivizes agents and improves booking access for clients.
The app-driven global chauffeured vehicle service adds dozens of cities and launches airport concierge services.
JAN. LCT Editor's Edge: If the TNC wants independent drivers, then they should take full advantage of their status.
LCT EAST: The most engaging, controversial session at the show served as a strong reality check for operators.
JIM LUFF: We should be taking cues from other industries on the number one expectation of customers: Convenience.
Despite problems, the TNC has a winning streak: It provides a valuable, entrenched, in-demand service.
The Albany, N.Y. limousine service allows club members to book rides through its app.
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