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Following the development of several successful businesses across the USA, entrepreneurs Daniel Honig and Michael McIntyre chose Atlanta, Georgia, as home to their next bright ideas.
The city has a strong entrepreneurial spirit, thanks to brands such as Coca-Cola, Tyler Perry Studios, One Trust, and Mailchimp, all making their mark there.
Having identified eight substantial business opportunities, the pair selected their two most progressive ideas: Move Favor and Junk Favor.
Move Favor is often described as “Uber for trucks,” and importantly, it allows Favor to give something back to their local community by helping the city’s large student population grow their own businesses. The solution’s goal is to connect those with driving licenses but no vehicles with owners of idle trucks to rent the vehicles they need to start providing services to customers in their area.
Junk Favor, on the other hand, is all about providing customers with garbage collection from their doorstep - as and when they need it. In the UK, for example, there are no platforms for junk collection and disposal - resulting in homeowners needing to take rubbish to the dump themselves. Favor Holdings’ doorstep collection initiative provides customers with an alternative, paid-for service designed to save time and hassle.
Favor Holdings recognized that transforming these visions into realities would only be possible with a flexible partner with proven success in the fleet industries.
That’s when they discovered AllRide Logistics. Its AI-powered fleet management and distribution system connects trucks, suppliers, and customers quicker and easier than ever before - backed by a team with more than 11 years of experience.
AllRide’s scalable dispatch and delivery solutions allow businesses to automate processes and introduce greater operational flexibility. Typically, these boost client profits by 50% while enhancing service accuracy and timeliness.
While the two applications utilize AllRide Logistics, they stand out from each other (as well as the competition). Each has been fully customized to provide a perfect fit for its distinct audience: delivering users the functions they need to get the job done.
AllRide looked to other market players within the on-demand truck and delivery booking sector to achieve this. Analyzing competitors’ offerings, business models, and apps offered a deeper understanding of user experiences.
AllRide Logistics’ outstanding capabilities ensured they could deliver better. Its online booking, integration with more than 100 systems, multi-language support, developers API, and AI-based smart features offered a perfect fit for each custom solution.
Based on its experience, AllRide Logistics mapped out a proven development plan for each app.
Ongoing marketing analysis - throughout the development process - ensured the project’s relevance as well as currency within the marketplace. It also helped the team identify “user delights,” those special features that keep users returning.
Once finalized, the application was sent to AllRide’s team of experienced testers. This final stage was critical to each project’s success - ensuring that the “user delights” incorporated within the solution worked successfully.
AllRide created an architecture around Favor Holdings and the needs of its end users - suppliers and customers alike.
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Significantly, both applications benefit from AllRide’s e-commerce system. Users are offered a choice of multiple payment options to meet their needs, including credit cards, debit cards, and UPI.
Exciting right? Here are some of the screens of the final product we have provided to Favor Holdings.
Daniel Honig and Michael McIntyre are immensely pleased with the results achieved by partnering with AllRide Logistics. Building on this success, the pair is already looking forward to working with AllRide on future projects.
Exciting right? Here are some of the screens of the final product we have provided to Favor Holdings