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A bigger stage
While Uber is still best known for its ride-sharing service, Uber Eats is gradually gaining popularity. According
to Byrne, evolution was a natural process. He explains, “Early on, we discovered we had a network of
individuals moving about the city and clients who knew our app as a method to hail a vehicle.” “So why not
load that vehicle with takeout?”
“It made us reflect on who we are and what types of unique things we might provide,” Byrne adds. “Are you a
transportation firm?” Is this a technological firm? “Do we provide customer service?” Uber was determined to
be a matching service after considerable thought. That is, it excels at pairing individuals (and objects) in need of
transportation with drivers who have available seats.
As a result, Uber Pool, which is comparable to the flagship Uber service but allows drivers to transport many
passengers along the same (or similar) route. Uber Pool is inherently less costly than customized service since
the trip is shared with other people. JUMP is an Uber electric bike-sharing service.
Keeping an advantage
The ride-sharing industry is competitive due to low entry barriers. Uber invests much in the development and
enhancement of its platforms. It has been discovered that modest modifications may have a big impact. Client
retention might vary based on when the customer learns the pricing of their anticipated impending trip
throughout the automobile summoning procedure.
Keeping up with the competition also entails developing new platforms to cater to client demands. One such
example is Uber Eats. The corporation is also considering additional services to help people move about.
Programs for sharing bicycles and scooters are obvious extensions of this purpose. Uber may become a player in
flying taxi services in the future. Uber Elevate is the new brand extension, and it plans to launch vehicles
(designed and produced by Textron) as early as 2023. These flying taxis (or VTOLs, for vertical take-off and
landing) can travel up to 240 kilometers per hour and service both local and inter-urban markets, thanks to
electric or hybrid motors.