The Uber of Central Asia incorporating QR Code Mobile Payment technologly via the NambaPay APP
NambaTaxi system includes all of the required tools to make the platform as user-friendly as possible for taxi companies.
Prompt car delivery is ensured by auction-styled order allocation, which allows to receive orders in an instant so that clients receive their cars as fast as possible.
Client can request a taxi through widest range of options: Android/iOS apps with automated location detection, by phone, SMS message with address, online booking on website or even Skype. Additionally any other order methods can be connected to our system: WhatsApp, Facebook, Telegram and many more.
Client receives SMS notifications on every stage of the order process: order picked up by cab, car delivered, trip report.
Advanced mobile apps for Android/iOS: cashless payments, real time tracking of assigned driver, integrated loyalty programs, and driver ratings.
Choice of tariffs: all of the available tariffs in the application. Additionally users can set their own price which they are ready to pay for the ride.
Work with companies to handle corporate rides.
Everything is under control. The system includes quality control module where you can quickly and easily resolve all of the complaints from clients.
App downloaded more than 100,000 timesJuly, 2019
20,000 active usersJuly, 2019
500,000 transactions per monthSeptember, 2019
Average of 15,000 rides per day.October, 2019
Similar but we own 240 of our own cars and manage another 260 partner cars so we are able to control the brand and the quality of the product we deliver. But similar to Uber we have 5,000 registered drivers who use their own cars.
Yes we have NambaPAY which is a QR Code mobile payment App that can be utilised to pay for your taxi ride, via the NambaTAXI App.
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