Tech Startups that can help you reduce your employee transportation cost

ANI | Updated: Jan 30, 2018 16:14 IST

New Delhi [India], Jan 30 (ANI): Higher fuel cost and carbon footprints have created an environment of stress over the years. Along with the harmful emissions in the nature, people are also troubling with bigger numbers on their commutation bills.

There are many startups in the cab service sector, using innovative technological methods to find the shortest route for passengers traveling. Further it has successfully reduced the cost of fuel. In return, passengers need to pay less money as well.

People from corporates are highly leaned towards these end to end mobility services providing them affordable and comfortable rides on a daily basis. Their concept of optimized commutation has made an effort to reduce the pollution by using cleaner fuels, less harmful to the environment as it remains negligible amount of unburnt residues behind. The idea is gaining popularity among corporate as it is saving whopping employee transportation costs in longer run.

Aaveg

Aaveg has been set up to meet the employee transportation requirements of companies. With PAN India presence, Aaveg fundamentally works on three critical areas in Corporate ground transportation space.

-Optimum utilization of resources

-Decongest city roads

-Reduce CO2 emission

Aaveg has been able to reduce considerable carbon emission along with roads decongestion. On the other hand optimize travel has helped big corporates save big fortunes.

MoveInSyn

MoveInSync helps companies manage their employee transportation in a cheaper and more efficient manner with the use of state of the art technology.

Their most comprehensive transportation solution provides transport managers and transport administrators complete control and visibility over their transport operations in real time. MoveinSync is also promoting paperless procedure apart from cab share and optimize utilization of resources.

MyOfficeCabs

Myofficecab, another Bengaluru-based cab service that hit the road in mid-2015, has vehicles which run on compressed natural gas (CNG). Their service has been helping save cost and reduce pollution both. CNG vehicles have helped us reduce 2,304.43 kg of carbon footprint. (ANI)

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