Go-Jek Starts Collecting Driver Ecosystem for Go-Car Service
How about Go-Car's cooperation with conventional taxi companies?
After April 19, 2016 then it's official billed In the Go-Jek application, the Go-Car service is now seen as being active in shaping its driver ecosystem. It can be seen that promotions in destination cities are increasingly intense, such as in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Bandung, Makassar and so on.
As stated in official page Go-Car, the driver will earn IDR 4.000/km with a minimum order of IDR 20.000 per order. In the initial recruitment phase, even Go-Jek also provides a quite tempting incentive, namely the driver's first order will immediately get Rp 100.000 and a daily bonus of Rp 200.000.
Go-Jek also does not require driver registrants to have their own car, because Go-Jek will find a vehicle that can be used when the driver has passed the registration and training process. This information is contained in the part of the registration form that is currently being distributed.
How are you working with a taxi company?
Before it was officially launched with an application update, Go-Jek was rumored to be working serious discussion with the DKI Jakarta Department of Transportation and Transportation to establish cooperation around the provision of applications for conventional taxi services. This information was immediately presented by the Head of Jakarta Transportation and Transportation Agency, Andri Yansyah, after having a meeting with Go-Jek CEO Nadiem Makarim and his team.
The Government and Organda welcome, even appreciate the plan to establish this Business to Business (B2B) model. Moreover, some time ago, Go-Jek and BlueBird have officially inaugurated cooperation, which includes the fulfillment of technological aspects, payment systems and promotions. It will be interesting to see in the future, when Go-Jek maintains the model sharing economy Business to Consumer (B2C) but still establish B2B partnerships with taxi companies, for the same service called Go-Car.