Essay On Puck App

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Respondent: Yes, it’s a good question, and I am not sure how it would be distributed across the spectrum of customers that we have. Whether it would skew a certain way geographically or in terms of usership. I think though the more vital it becomes, the less relevant that question is, right? Which is everybody wants to save money, and if it becomes a device that 80 percent of our traffic is transponder traffic. That question becomes irrelevant. You would get technophobes that would not use it, but there are a couple of other things that I want to just throw out there in the category of mobile strategies. I would say in general I have modest expectations about the appeal or the initial success of the first version of the app. I think it’s…show more content…
WHAT YOU’RE SAYING IS SOMETHING BIG IS IN IT FOR US, OR AT LEAST POTENTIALLY BIG, AND THAT REQUIRES THEM TO GIVE US SOMETHING. WE NEED TO GIVE AT LEAST EQUAL SIZE BACK TO THEM, TO MAKE THAT FEEL IN BALANCE.
Respondent: If you’re introducing an app, it’s not so out of the blue. It’s like, “Hey, here is some additional benefits, but by the way, this is what we want.” What I just said summarizes my view on what the challenges are and what the limits are perhaps for app 1.0 without seeming to be negative or skeptical.
Interviewer: (39:18) NO, NOT AT ALL.
Respondent: An occupational defect. But I do think that there is an opportunity that may exist outside of the app, or maybe in lieu of the app. If you partnered--- We are just a road, we are just one road in the GTA that’s part of everyone’s travel challenge. I think that this market, as or more than any other market in North America, where people are being driven to navigation apps--- In a meeting the other day, I asked, “Are we already there? Does everyone when they get in their car assess what their best route is?” I do that. I never get in my car without doing that.
Interviewer: (40:04) SAME.
Respondent: Now, I don’t think we’re there yet, but I think Waze only has 150,000 users in Toronto. It shocks

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