AHA Taxi' announces major expansion in India

AHA Taxi

Submitted by alvin on Tue, 2016-06-28 17:20 New Delhi: Leading online aggregator for outstation travel AHA Taxis announced the launch of its service in over 20 locations in India including Mumbai, Pune, Sirdhi in Maharashtra, Jaipur, Pushkar, Alwar in Rajasthan amongst others. The company's expansion comes in line with its plans to broaden the network of cities where it offers its service. Customers in these locations will be able to conduct an easy search, comparison, and book a taxi for outstation travel. Additionally, with this launch AHA Taxis will also create more employment in and around the locations where they have a presence, a social objective that it is committed to. Co-founded in January 2015 by Amit Grover, Praveen Samariya, Kunal Krishna, Kumar Aryan and Shivam Mishra, Noida based AHA Taxis has a presence in 350 cities in India. AHA Taxis' model results in a win-win scenario where customers only pay one-way charges, saving up to 40 percent and taxi drivers get increased business. Typically, in out-station travel, regular taxi operators bill customers for a round trip even for one-way travel. AHA Taxis USP is that it charges customers only one-way fare, based on door-to-door actual kilometers. The service enjoys high popularity amongst its customers due to its convenient and transparent service and highly affordable fares. Through its proprietary technology, AHA Taxis provides dashboard to cab owners or drivers, which tracks all their bookings and activities, so that drivers themselves can focus on customer delight. AHA Taxis allows customers to plan their travel in advance and pre-book their desired car in economy, business or premium segment, either through the mobile app or online. This guarantees that customers get the car of their choice. AHA Taxis' network of taxi operators and cab owners have all been through background checks and verification, before being inducted in the system, to ensure that there is no compromise in customer safety. "We are excited to add newer locations to our network and are thankful for the trust our customers and business partners place in us. Our primary objective has always been to simplify a traveler's life, and in this case, we are doing so by getting them the best outstation cab deals in just a few minutes," said CEO and co-founder AHA Taxis, Amit Grover. "We give our customers the option to book a one-way cab, helping them save up to 40 percent on the travel cost. Our goal is to have pan India coverage and to be the preferred online travel aggregator for outstation travel, to our customers," added Amit Grover. The cab aggregation industry stands at USD seven to ten billion, of which 90 percent is unorganized. Higher order values in the inter-city taxi booking market help boost revenues, though most of the bookings still happen through offline tourist taxis and round-trip operators and agents. (ANI)