Ola and Uber cabs are a source of irritation for people these days. From canceling rides to surging charges - app cab services have turned out to be highly disappointing for the public. EC Wheels has also come up with a substitute under the brand Snap-E cabs which are electric vehicles in the app cab business looking forward to enhancing their market footprint.
The Department of Computational Science of Brainware University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with EDP Software. Steelman Telecom is the mother company for EC Wheels and EDP Software. EDP Software provides technical support to Steelman Telecom and EC Wheels. Jaydip Mukherjee, CEO and Co-Founder, EDP Software; Mayan Bindal, Founder and CEO, EC Wheels and Director for EDP Software and Shamik Halder, Principal Technical Consultant, Snap-E were present at the university for the MoU signing.
"The system that we are developing needs software support and for that, we need you guys," said Jaydip Mukherjee while interacting with the BCA and MCA students present at the seminar which was followed by the MoU signing. Mayan Bindal gave an overview of the mother company. Shamik Halder explained the blueprint of the Snap-E cabs and how the IT professionals can fit in the scenario.