The CabEasy model has been done before in other industries with great success. Instead of explaining exactly what we do and why we know it can and should be done, something i have done countless times before on this blog, i think it may ring truer if i let examples of other models do the [...]
For much of the past year, our operation has been engaged in hand-to-hand combat across multiple markets as the CabCorner team competed to maintain its leading position in an industry we pioneered. Yet as we near our project’s fifth anniversary (in July), we’ve decided to take a different approach. Many of the players in this [...]
Yesterday, Jon received an email from the founder of our cab-sharing competitor Fare/Share NYC. Notwithstanding the geographically limited name, this player had encountered some success overseas in London, and had even established connections with some big brick-and-mortar transportation companies.
Yet with his solicitation to interest us in buying the platform and integrating it into the CabCorner [...]
One of the most thrilling things about the CabCorner project and the new enterprises it birthed (CabEasy, VanCorner, etc.) has been tracing the dawn of “vehicular collaboration.” CabCorner came in at the ground level as just one component of a multifaceted and revolutionary approach to the way we travel. The work we’ve done has helped [...]
After a year of prototype operation and six months of development, CabCorner’s powerful new platform has launched!!!
We commend the entire team for their hard work and dedication, and look forward to serving our users. Check out the site, and let us know what you think.
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RELEASE: CabCorner acquires CabEasy; Partners with SenseNetworks
I am so pleased to report that the acquisition of CabCorner’s former competitor CabEasy.com has been completed. This is a truly exciting time for our company as we prepare for our Memorial Day launch on May 31st. Our operation now stands as the leader in cab-sharing technology, and we [...]
Our boy Fazal was the first to tell us about CabSense, a venture sponsored by NYC’s Taxi & Limousine Commission, which pledges to analyze “tens of millions of GPS data points from NYC taxis to help you find the best corner to catch a cab.”
Indeed, we were intrigued. Not only was the service somewhat [...]
So Ajay recently discovered a new cab-sharing service apparently known as Taxi2. It’s an interesting concept, I guess, although perhaps a little cumbersome. (Read more about it HERE.)
Essentially, Taxi2 seeks to connect travels at airports who are heading the same direction upon disembarking. Though, rather bizarrely, the entire system seems to revolve around [...]