Franchise India, one of the companies in India offer franchise prospects and has recently invested 3million in a logistics app developed by Savetur Digital. TGYR is basically an application connecting passengers globally with transporting systems like bike taxis, traditional cabs, bus services and also auto-rickshaws. A flagship product from Savetur Digital, this application is also the first of its kind with respect to its B2B and B2C outlook. TGYR is the brainchild of Aditya Poddar and also Dipanjan Purkayastha who commenced into operations this year.
The best thing you will come across while using the TGYR is that it is based on a zero surge costing plan. This application is a big hit among users as it doesn’t cost a penny. It is basically targeted at removing commissions on fares. Also, this app is meant to run the multi-modal fare options. Price surging is not problem when an individual is using TGYR. Earlier this year this app was installed by around 2000 cab owners and also 500 bikers in Kolkata. In future, Savetur Digital aims at raising this number to 100,000 cabbies in around a year. The application is operational in Kolkata. In future the company aims at grabbing the US and UK market.
So where lies, the difference between TGYR and Ola or Uber? A first of its kind, TGYR is meant to automate road transport (commercial) at an international level. Several mobile apps design company in Kolkata are making an effort to come up with latest applications with smarter functioning.