What is T Dispatch?
It was back in June 2010 that we first wrote a blog introducing what Tick Tock Taxi was all about. Almost two years have passed and we’re pleased to say, we’re still going strong. There’s a running theme with most of our ideas, but we believe that if something’s not right, it needs fixing. That’s exactly how T Dispatch was formed.
Those who have visited TTT before may have stumbled across our page dedicated to T Dispatch. You may have wondered, ‘What is T Dispatch?’. Although we’re not launching until the end of the month (30 May 2012), we feel it’s about time we told you a little bit more about it.
Having worked closely with cab offices throughout TTT’s duration, we were introduced to all aspects of the industry. More specifically, the taxi dispatch systems that cab offices use. We noticed a recurring problem with many of the cab offices we visited and spoke to. Disgruntled with their current booking dispatch systems, we took note.
Of course, we’re aware of the success of current market leaders; we can’t deny how beneficial they’ve been to the industry. With the help of a dispatch system, cab offices can track and dispatch jobs to drivers via PDAs and manage their accounts. However, there’s always room for improvement.
We wanted to offer a premium dispatch system to every cab office, no matter the size of the fleet. With no binding contract and affordable price packages, all you need is a fixed monthly subscription to T Dispatch.
So, what makes us better than the current dispatch providers? We’ve created a web-based booking dispatch system that is unique to the industry. It’s fast, secure, easy to use and 100% reliable. And because it is built in the cloud, it is hardware free - meaning no installation or set-up fees.
We can hear cab offices across the land breathe a sigh of relief. “Thank goodness for T Dispatch”, they’ll say.
We’re currently working towards our launch at the Private Hire and Taxi Exhibition in Coventry. Come and visit us there on 30 and 31 May 2012. We look forward to meeting you then.