was founded by Dave, Brandon, and Jason Gauer, who are father & sons that have been involved in the transportation industry for a combined 85 years. The Gauers currently operate a Phoenix & Tucson-based taxi company, and a separate NEMT company, that utilize all of the Gauer Modules on this website in a true customer environment so that the processes can be fine-tuned. Every module that is available has been tested and proven in a real environment to demonstrate their real-world applicability, functionality, and hyper-reliability.
The modules that are available exist in every effort to bring the typically old-fashioned taxicab business model into the future by offering multiple levels of fully automated and semi-autonomous customer interaction. For the transportation companies who do not have a team of developers on staff like most rideshare companies, Gauer Modules offers a proven and reliable alternative. The real-world impact of these modules has been observed very positively among The Gauer’s customer base which further reinforces the need for these modules across more markets.
About the Modules
The modules are hosted in the cloud through Amazon Web Services (AWS) which is likely the same entity hosting your dispatch service and phone service. Both iCabbi and DiSC utilize AWS for their hosting needs and for very good reasons. Servers are backed up regularly and maintained by white-coat professionals for maximum up-time. The individual modules are offered on a monthly lease model. Gauer Modules has allocated a significant amount of AWS resources to ensure fast and reliable service for customers all over the world.
All Gauer Modules have been tested, proven, and perform a specific way for positive results within a real customer base. Certain functions of many Gauer Modules can be customized to suit your business. However, not all requests can be promised, and not all requests will be met depending on the development time to overhaul the module and/or provide additional support related to the changes. All changes and requests should be discussed prior to setup. Any custom unlisted changes to a module’s functionality will result in additional development time and expense.