If you’re a frequent traveller for business, the process of getting expenses back can be a bit painful. But Uber is making that a little easier as, if your company has signed up for Uber for Business, the bill is sent straight to the company rather than your credit card.
The service was previously available in the US and Canada, with a few trials in the UK and France. From today, the company is making Uber for Business available in the 45 countries in which the service operates.
Small and mid-sized companies and teams can now sign up for Uber for Business. The platform provides a centralised billing system and a travel dashboard, so administrators can keep an eye on budgets. Meanwhile, employees have access to a new payment option in their Uber app. All price ranges are available, but make sure you double check before you book the Lux option. And try not to be tempted to expense a personal trip.