As more and more taxi companies sign up to use Taximap it’s becoming apparent that virtually each and every one has a slightly different pricing model. Providing accurate journey price quotations for every pricing structure is something we’d love to achieve, but this will come at a price of its own: Complexity.
With each update the interface is becoming more complex and we’re desperate to avoid the situation where it becomes unusable. With this in mind we thought it timely to remind our readers of our goals – what Taximap is for and what we’re trying to achieve.
With Taximap on your website you’re providing your customers with an innovative new tool that provides a competitive advantage over your rivals.
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A brief post that’s more of a dig and not really relevant to Taximap… It’s just I’m getting so bored of top 10 lists and 20 reasons why etc. I mean, they serve some purpose but it’s getting old. Can’t blog writers think of anything more original to attract traffic to their sites (and associated products)?
Anyway, it seems I’m jumping on the band-wagon too…. You’re here aren’t you?… so please check out my product: Taximap – an online taxi price estimate and minicab booking system.
Since beginning to accept registrations and create accounts for taxi companies we have received some feedback. Through this it has become apparent we need to more accurately identify the purpose that TaxiMap serves, the benefits it provides, and how this complements other processes and systems.
We have always been aware that most mini-cab firms use a fixed price matrix to calculate prices for taxi journeys; i.e. Putney to Fulham is £3, Putney to Hammersmith is £5, Fulham to Hammersmith is £3, etc…. And these prices are not always linear. It is important to understand Taximap does not adhere to this model. Read more…
This is only the second blog post and I’ll make it short. We’ve been spending some time adding features to the blog so readers can stay up to date with taximap development. These include our Twitter feed, Tag Cloud, and social bookmark links. We’ve also added a Tweet this plug-in to allow Twitter users to tweet about us.