By Marivir R. Montebon
New York – A new entrant in the ride sharing service in the Big Apple is Qudos, a Filipino-owned company founded by a young iOS developer, Neil Anthony Rollon. Qudos promises to personalize the services of a driver to a particular customer as an innovation from Lyft or Uber.
In his speech during the launching night on October 26, at the Sheraton Laguardia East Hotel, Rollon said that he has developed the Qudos app in such a way that a rider can choose the same driver if you like his or her services and a client can schedule rides by appointment to the doctor, or any personal event. The key is the establishment of comfortable and trusting relationship between a choice driver and the client.
“It also helps the driver build a steady customer base. It is a win-win situation,” said Rollon, who developed the app in 2016.
Qudos is being released in the App Store and Google Play that allows drivers and riders to interact, bearing in mind safety and better experience for the client and the driver.
With Rollon at the helm, are Conrad Ariola, chief operating officer, Ruduel Olvina, chairman of the Board, Sahil Bindal, India Country Development Head, and Luzviminda Maquilan, chief administrative officer.
Consul General Claro Cristobal, in his inspirational speech, during the launch event said that he was not the one to give the inspirational message, but the one inspired by the leadership and breakthrough innovation of the Rollon. “I take the inspiration from Neil, for he is young and for disrupting what we usually do or what we are used to do. He gave us a little hint – what will differentiate Qudos from the rest in the ride sharing service? We identify the driver, which is characteristically Filipino. We connect and build a relationship.”
Qudos recently kick started in New York and will be establishing business in Asia and Europe as well. Check Qudos here https://ridequdos.com/index.html
(Featured photo is Neil Anthony Rollon, founder and director of Qudos)