According to reports from the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA), “despite concerns about inflation and rising prices, only one in five travel managers says their companies have begun to limit business travel.” With demand still high, travel managers face an increasing challenge to balance cost savings without sacrificing the employee experience. Our goal is to meet our customers at the intersection of cost savings and raising standards.
See how our latest updates can help you manage travel budgets while providing an elevated experience tailored to the business traveler. Here’s what’s new:
Exclusive rides for business travel
We’ve rolled out Uber Business Comfort in select cities. This ride option, exclusive to Uber for Business travelers, is only available when an employee toggles to their Uber for Business profile in the Uber app. Uber Business Comfort was designed to elevate the employee travel experience and improve productivity at every step by offering extra legroom, top-rated drivers,* premium support, and simplified expensing thanks to integrations with providers like SAP Concur and Coupa.
*Uber Business Comfort top-rated drivers are only available in select cities.
**In-app directions to rideshare pickup are currently available in select terminals at the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Baltimore (BWI), Bangalore (BLR), Boston (BOS), Calgary (YYC), Chicago (MDW, ORD), Dallas (DFW), Delhi (DEL), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Hyderabad (HYD), London (LHR), Los Angeles (LAX), Madrid (MAD), Melbourne (MEL), Mexico City (MEX), Miami (MIA), Minneapolis (MSP), New Jersey (EWR), New York (JFK, LGA), Orlando (MCO), Paris (CDG, ORY), Rome (FCO), San Francisco (SFO), São Paulo (CGH, GRU), Seattle (SEA), Sydney (SYD), Toronto (YYZ), and Washington, DC (DCA, IAD)
Posted by Uber for Business
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