As more businesses take advantage of the ridesharing service, Lyft is taking active steps to accommodate expense management and reimbursement

Ridesharing platform Lyft is updating its services to make ridesharing for business travel much easier than before. The new feature allows employees to send receipts from their journeys straight to employers or travel managers for reimbursement. This is an improvement from the previous operating system, which only allowed business riders to send receipts to their own work email. Riders now have the option to choose between several pre-selected expense codes prior to starting their ride so all receipts arrive where they should without the hassle of forwarding them up the chain after the trip.

Having become a mainstream travel option for consumers, Lyft is recognizing that its reach has extended from leisure rides to work and is taking steps to accommodate those customers. By its very nature, Lyft prioritizes convenience, and the company is hopeful that these improvements for business profiles will create a more relaxed and refined experience for employees on the go.

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Ridesharing platform Lyft is updating its services to make ridesharing for business travel much easier than before. The new feature allows employees to send receipts from their journeys straight to employers or travel managers for reimbursement. This is an improvement from the previous operating system, which only allowed business riders to send receipts to their own work email. Riders now have the option to choose between several pre-selected expense codes prior to starting their ride so all receipts arrive where they should without the hassle of forwarding them up the chain after the trip.