UBER is under threat as new apps swoop while court judgements mount.
The Advocate General of the European Court of Justice branded Uber an official company yesterday after the organisation claimed it was a software organisation.
The key judgement will effectively hammer the controversial brand which has been criticised for trying to mandate a global monopoly.
Now as the scandal hit company loses income from users who illegally had money taken from their bank accounts and hacking, other providers are stepping in to mop up the market.
A new app for smart phones has been launched to help private hire companies compete in the GPS driven market place.
British firm Zoom is a cloud-based driver dispatch system designed to help private hire firms.
It makes dispatch simpler, saves customers money and helps grow business.
Zoom.taxi provides software to offer solutions for dispatchers, drivers and customers operating in local markets feeling the pressure of companies such as Uber.
Using a cloud based driver dispatch system it allows customers, drivers and dispatchers to benefit from the latest technology whilst only paying for what they use.
From as little as 18p a journey, zoom.taxi allows users to use the latest technology whilst maintaining the local link with customers and drivers and includes an app for drivers, passengers, a booking website and dispatcher.