Technology Khabar २७ भाद्र २०८०, बुधबार
With more than two billion rides completed across the world, inDrive, a global mobility, urban services and community development platform, is disrupting the ride-sharing industry in Nepal by allowing passengers and drivers to negotiate fairer fares among themselves. inDrive launched its services in Kathmandu in 2022 and since then has been giving customers the liberty to set the price for their rides.
Creating fairer solutions to address the existing gaps in underserved markets has become a crucial part of inDrive’s global expansion strategy.
“To uphold our commitment to safety, we have introduced the Safety Pact – an initiative empowering user with dedicated features, tips, and a code of conduct for drivers and passengers. We promote mutual respect and have a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination.
By pursuing expansion, growth, customer satisfaction, and safety, we are well-positioned to continue delivering great results and making a positive impact in the communities we serve,” said Mr. Roman Ermoshin, Director of Ride-Hailing (APAC) inDrive.
Evolving over the years, inDriver (Independent Drivers) has transformed to become inDrive (Inner Drive) a marketplace of urban services. InDrive is a people driven company that believes that there is no technology in the world that can replace human empathy. inDrive exists to prove that ride-hailing apps can and should be more human – because a fair price is something people can agree on, not hope for.
Today, inDrive is the second most downloaded mobility app in the world and serves more than 100 million users worldwide in over 700 cities across 48 countries on five continents.
प्रकाशित: २७ भाद्र २०८०, बुधबार