Unlocking gig mobility data
Understand how people and goods move across gig mobility services using first-party data
What is gig mobility data?
Gig services deliver people, food, and packages from one place to another.
It’s important for businesses to understand how these people and goods are moving across on-demand delivery and ride-hailing services, which is what gig mobility data tells us.
Previously, only gig service companies like Uber, DoorDash, Instacart, and Amazon had access to this data, which means other businesses were making decisions based on incomplete data.
Gridwise wants to change that.
Today, Gridwise can provide organizations with anonymized first-party data that helps them understand how people and goods move across on-demand delivery and ride-hailing services.
Every month, we ingest and process millions of anonymized location, trip, and earnings records from ride-hail and delivery drivers that work on platforms like Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Grubhub, Instacart, Amazon Flex, and countless others.
This gives us an unparalleled view into gig-mobility activity across the US.
How to access our gig mobility analytics
Use gig mobility data to make better operational, investment, and strategic decisions
Supply and demand insights and patterns
Know where and when ride-hail and delivery services are being used most
Earnings and wage data
See how much drivers make per hour, per mile, and per service
Understand the unit economics of each trip based on driver earnings, incentives, and passenger tips
Understand how efficiently gig mobility services are leveraging their fleets
Identify the most and least used gig mobility services by region
Vehicle trends and popularity
Find out what vehicles are driven most by gig drivers
Insurance period recognition
Leverage first-party data to verify what period a driver is in at any given time
Industries We Serve
Gig mobility data: What it is and what it means for your business
The gig economy is here, and it’s taking over urban mobility in the form of ride-hailing and on-demand delivery. Ride-hailing has become the new
The City of Seattle says ride-hail drivers earn $9.63 an hour, Uber says $23.30. So who’s right?
As concerns about driver pay and employment status have taken center stage, many cities and states are perplexed by a simple question: “How much
Why we’re launching Gridwise Analytics
In 2017 my co-founder, Brian Finamore, and I launched Gridwise with one goal in mind: to help rideshare drivers make more money. Back then
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