Why employees love us
Separate business from personal
It’s easy for employees to keep work and personal charges separate by switching to their business profile in the Uber and Uber Eats apps.
Save time on expenses
Have receipts automatically forwarded through our integrations with SAP Concur and other expense providers.
Use the same app around the world
Uber and Uber Eats are available in over 45 countries, so your team can request rides and order meals for work.
Linking employees to your company account is simple
1. Invite an employee to the company’s account
To start, your employee will receive an invitation from you to join the company’s account. If they already have the Uber app, there’s no need for them to redownload it or set up a new account.
2. They activate their account
Your employee opens email on their mobile device, searches for your invitation, and taps Activate your account in the email.
3. Your employee joins the account
They should then be redirected to their Uber app, where they will need to tap Join the account and follow the instructions to add their corporate card as a payment method.
Frequently asked questions
- How does an employee set up their business profile?
After you invite your employees to join your company’s account, they’ll receive an email in their inbox that will take them through the steps to make a business profile.
- What if my company doesn't have a business account?
Employees can also create a business profile in the Wallet section of the Uber app or the Business Preferences section of the Uber Eats app to experience the benefits of separating work and personal transactions.
- What expense management systems does Uber for Business integrate with?
Currently, our platform is integrated with Certify, Chrome River, Expensify, Expensya, Fraedom, Happay, Rydoo, SAP Concur, Serko, Zeno, and Zoho Expense.
- Where are the Uber and Uber Eats apps available?
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