Inter City CabsThe Intercity cabs
According to research estimates, this industry is worth $7-10 billion, of which 90 percent is nonunion. Production or retailers as such are a thing of the past and the outlook points to aggregate. Whether in retailers, hotels and restaurants, field cabs and many other industries, the effects of aggregated modelling are felt by both clients and vendors.
Once Google recognized this, they began to dominate the market of aggregate searching, and quickly developed new value-added offerings based on the searching machine, which included cards, email, video and more. Today we are part of a young and expanding on-demand industry. Clients are no longer willing to schedule or make payments in advance, and this is a singular and challenging task for any company.
We have already seen in our Intercity Trip store that 80 percent of reservations are for today or tomorrows, and only about 10 to 20 percent of reservations are made securely and in anticipation. Consequently, on-demand aggregateers who master the following bottlenecks will be successful. When that' s not enough, in our premises as in other industries such as hotel, retailing, taxis or telecommunications, both affordability as well as accessibility are important if you want to build value - it can't be an either-or scenario.
A few years ago, all goods or provision of a service abroad were regarded as having the superiority in India without exceptions. However, with the spread of cellular telephony and the web, the localization and personalization of custom product has become a major source of competition. You can''t just monkey something from America and go blind and buy it in India anymore.
Within India, too, we must always be on our guard when expanding into new markets. Being a taxi aggregate that has broken the North India codes and now has our Southern Ecological Footprint, beginning with Bangalore and Hyderabad with a map to the East and Northeast, we quickly learn that the challenge, scenario and opportunity is different in each area.
In the not too remote near term, I see the days when humans will take on-demand cabs from Delhi-Mangalore or Mangalore-Guwahati or Guwahati-Goa and otherwise untraveled itineraries in this way, provided, of course, that costs, amenities and conveniences are properly considered. Regardless of the challenge, the intercity cabin aggregate markets will develop optimistically, and on-demand taxiing for outer station lines will be just as usual as driving by coach or rail.