A NEW online
driving service by name TopazTaxi was recently launched to add to the
increasing competitive online driving environment.
Business Development Partner at Streams Consulting Limited, a franchisee of
TopazTaxi, said TopazTaxi was in Ghana to fill the gap left by other operators.
She also said it
was ready to render its services nationwide and also introducing lifetime
packages to driver partners.
“As we speak
TopazTaxi is available in all the regional and districts across Ghana.
TopazTaxi is again challenged by the fact that even the cities in Ghana still
have road transportation gaps which needs to be filled. It’s a big challenge
every morning and evening to see trolls of commuters waiting for a bus or
a technologist and transport industry analyst, who was special guest of honor
at the ceremony, said “This is not just another competitor in the Ride-Hailing
App Market, but the game changer for the transport market. “TopazTaxi gives
riders the option of a posh Private Saloon, SUVs, Yellow Taxi, Courier Service,
Car Rentals, Car Pooling and more. Riders are given the choice of paying for
the trip with cash, mobile money and later to be added credit/debit card.”
The app is
available at the Google and Apple stores with a dedicated app for Drivers –
TopazDriver with amazing features. This an all-inclusive online transport app
with very exciting features that gives variety to riders.
In addition, plans
are far advanced to incorporate into the app, online mechanic, a provident fund
scheme, access to ‘work and pay’ schemes, police hotline and many more.
The business model
of TopazTaxi is to work with franchisees to ensure excellent customer care for partner
drivers and riders.
Customer Care Partner at Streams Consulting, noted “our prices are adjusted to
meet the changing fuel prices while offering great incentives to cushion
drivers and riders.”
“TopazTaxi runs on a solid platform with full Ghanaian ownership and support
from our US office. From Ghana TopazTaxi will soon be making inroads in other
countries across Africa.”