How much does it cost to develop an application like Uber? We are faced with this issue and its variants roughly ten times a day. The answer is always the same: Celad├ępend!
Uber’s business model has led to the adaptation of many platforms to demand in the vertical market. They position themselves as disruptive forces, exploiting the tendency of supply to demand that can be seen everywhere in the world. Many chain companies already well entrenched in the system are being disturbed. The e-commerce principle and the involvement of multiple stakeholders make these platforms difficult to design, master and standardize.
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Entrepreneurs and companies seeking to build something similar in different vertical markets often find that this comparison is more appropriate, hence the origin of this question. Several factors must be taken into account in order to obtain a correct estimate. Let’s quickly look at these factors to understand the design of a UberX platform. I am confident that this will also provide a better understanding of the reasons behind us at Future WorkTechnology, approaching things in a modular way, and designing a Mobile Backend as a Service (or MobileBack) service on demand. Create a winning value proposition for entrepreneurs and businesses that aim for continued success.
A) Is your business model exactly the same as Uber? If not, how is it different?
UberX can be described as a platform to deliver a product or provide on-demand service, which is aggregated online and serviced offline. But a great deal of variation can occur when we begin to analyze the various implementations in this field.