Go Together, Inc.
Go Together is delivering new, innovative and scalable SaaS transportations options for parents through their trusted networks.
Go Together, innovating how parents and schools safely get their children to and from anywhere. CarpooltoSchool, our first product in the market, is in use today at over 30 schools in 19 states to organize carpools, bikepools, and walkpools. Smart cities. Ride-sharing. Autonomous cars and other environment-friendly transportation options. At Go Together we’re helping schools and families leverage emerging transportation options in ways never before possible.
Go Together aims to transform how parents plan and manage transportation options for their children. Committed to helping parents and schools reduce the stress of limited transportation options and hectic schedules, Go Together aspires to be the leading platform for safely getting children where they need to go. By utilizing Go Together, school administrators, sports teams, league management platforms can leverage a SaaS-based web and mobile platform to empower their parents and other users with the ability to collaborate within their trusted communities to organize, facilitate and track transportation for their children whether it’s carpooling, walking, or biking together. Leveraging the power of this community, these trusted networks leverage the latest technology at the lowest capital investment and room to achieve their goals.
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