I'm a dispatcher, they haven't killed us but they have surely given us a wound we can't really recover from. Most of our drivers if they're not answering our calls or alerts from their systems about potential jobs we're assuming are doing Uber jobs.
Uber, Lyft, and Juno are all apps that show up on their phones during monthly inspections. We also have to make sure they're not using GPS cheaters to fake being somewhere while doing an Uber job.
Mostly what keeps us in business is SUV work and specialty vehicles like Mercedes Sprinter Vans and Passenger Vans, we also offer a lot more hands on responsibility than Uber. Our customers like knowing if they have a problem they can speak to someone who will give them an answer then and now. They also get to know and request their drivers and with Uber it's always random, so mostly it's older people who don't trust this new technology enough to let someone random drive them home a way they're unaccustomed to.