Black Owned Tech Company Has Concept Stolen By UBER.


Atlanta, GA (March 07, 2018) – SAFETRIP INC. holds the pride of having launched the world’s first healthcare transportation mobile application and dashboard. The app permits users to ride on demand and use insurance as their payment option.

SAFETRIPS’ selling pitch was being the first to the market with a Ridesharing App offering wheelchair accessible vehicle options. Right from scheduling of rides, to analysis of trips, and live tracking of patients, it was the most easy-to-use platform orchestrated by some of the best tech wizards in the Atlanta tech market. Their goal was to move healthcare forward at a faster pace while shining a positive light on Black Women in tech. With UBER HEALTH and its Billion Dollar enterprise on their heels, that dream may be deferred.

UBER stole the patented healthcare transportation concept that was launched by SAFETRIP in 2017, thereby capitalizing on the $82 Billion dollar market and is now the second ridesharing company to offer wheelchair accessible service while also accepting insurance payments. “Developing this technology was very costly and time consuming” says CEO Ja’Nese Jean.

Following this, the executives at SAFETRIP pitched the idea to one of UBERS’ investment firms in 2017. However, UBER launched the new service without any recognition or payment to the start-up tech company SAFETRIP. In addition to stealing the concept from this company, UBER also has worded their website similar to that of the competitor.

SAFETRIP has made healthcare transportation faster, safer, and more affordable with the help of an easy to download app. The company also provides an excellent opportunity for drivers to become their own bosses by paying them more than standard ridesharing companies.

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