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April 9, 2021
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Why does your food delivery business need an online platform?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way of global businesses. Rigorous lockdowns and social distancing laws have forced people to stay at their homes. Due to this, there was not a single person on the roads.
April 7, 2021
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Yelowsoft helps Travee to succeed in the Caribbean taxi markets

Travee is one of the leading ridesharing apps in the Caribbean Islands. It offers the best ride-booking service for taxis, private cars and fleet operators. Travee avails them with the option to Pay by Cash or Credit Card.
March 31, 2021
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What is App Store Optimization and why it’s important for your taxi booking app?

If you think that developing a taxi app or getting a ready-made SaaS-based taxi solution is all you need for a successful taxi business then you’re probably wrong. It’s because, in today’s digital world, almost every other taxi business has a mobile app.
March 25, 2021
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A complete guide on how to beat the competition in the on-demand food delivery business

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the entire economical dynamics throughout the world. Fear of catching the deadly virus, strict social distancing norms, and sudden lockdowns have broken the back of several small and medium-sized businesses.
March 5, 2021
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Yelowsoft helps South Africa’s Yo Taxi to evolve into a Super App

Yo Taxi is one of the leading e-hailing company in South Africa which was established in 2019 by Helium3 Digital and other local taxi associations. It’s known for its reliable and legal, and affordable cab service.
March 3, 2021
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Live Demo Webinar Get a closer look and overview of our taxi solution

The ride-hailing industry is going through tough times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That is why taxi businesses are looking for a way to keep their business on track. A ride-hailing solution is the best way for the taxi business to go back on track. In this Webinar, our experts will provide you with a live demo of Yelowsoft’s ride-hailing solution.
April 14, 2021
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Optimize on-demand parcel delivery through digital transformation

In this era of superfast gadgets and innovative technologies, we can easily access anything by just making a few taps on our smartphones. This ease of access has become possible thanks to the on-demand delivery apps.
April 9, 2021
food-delivery-business-need-an-online-platform-future-image

Why does your food delivery business need an online platform?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way of global businesses. Rigorous lockdowns and social distancing laws have forced people to stay at their homes. Due to this, there was not a single person on the roads.
April 7, 2021
travee-case-study-feature-image

Yelowsoft helps Travee to succeed in the Caribbean taxi markets

Travee is one of the leading ridesharing apps in the Caribbean Islands. It offers the best ride-booking service for taxis, private cars and fleet operators. Travee avails them with the option to Pay by Cash or Credit Card.
March 31, 2021
app-store-optimization-future

What is App Store Optimization and why it’s important for your taxi booking app?

If you think that developing a taxi app or getting a ready-made SaaS-based taxi solution is all you need for a successful taxi business then you’re probably wrong. It’s because, in today’s digital world, almost every other taxi business has a mobile app.
March 25, 2021
on-demand-food-delivery-business-future_image-min

A complete guide on how to beat the competition in the on-demand food delivery business

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the entire economical dynamics throughout the world. Fear of catching the deadly virus, strict social distancing norms, and sudden lockdowns have broken the back of several small and medium-sized businesses.