Uber, ridesharing app is introducing a major revamp for its business platform and has launched a business-to-business (B2B) model called “Uber for Business”. This model incorporates a lot of user feedback to enable new cases like late-night rides, from work to home, daily commuters and much more.
It helps the organization in saving costs as it ensures that employees travel within company travel policy.
It is time-saving for admins and managers since previously HR mangers used to tell employees what they were or were not allowed to do in terms of Uber usage, now as per the “Uber for Business” model business set rules ahead of time to streamline the process of using rides as well as group-based access levels and custom program creation.
Based on the employee eligibility or transportation requirements, a manager can configure programs like the type of car used, what time of day the service is to be used or even geographic limits can be set for Uber. How much an employee can spend and set travel location and if the rider’s travel could fall out of policy, they will be prompted to add their own payment method, while staying within the limit of organization policy. So they follow flexible approach, where they can mix and match these rules that work best for their company.
“Late night rides policy” as per this policy managers can set automated programs for airport rides, business travel and any other mobility needs such as, if employees are working late night, under this policy they can use a comfortable ride as this policy works for trips taken after 8 p.m.
Overall, “Uber for Business” is a great redesign with new features and has changed the way employees travel around the world as well as its use for businesses of all sizes for future growth. The Uber for business dashboard gives administrative flexibility and looks like a convenient option for expense departments trying to ease the workload.