Uber rolls out its business service in Australia

By Supratim Adhikari

Uber’s local boss David Rohrsheim also told the AFR that the heat on Uber is understandable given that it’s shaking up an industry that has been moribund for a long time. “There is more and more support from politicians and the only voices speaking against Uber are from the entrenched operators such as Cabcharge,” Mr Rohrsheim told the paper. iPhone 6 Plus versus Galaxy Note 4: Which phablet comes out on top?

For employees, there’s no filing of expenses with paper receipts required. “At freelancer. com, we’ve been using Uber for employee trips due to its convenience and reliability, and now Uber for Business takes it to the next level with reporting and employee management functions!

Uber’s latest initiative in the market – Uber for Business – is squarely aimed at small and mid-sized companies, with the platform designed to make it easy for companies to set up an Uber account with a centralised billing system and keep an eye on travel budgets.

Online car hire business Uber may be facing heat from regulators in various parts of the globe but that hasn’t cooled its desire to make things as difficult as possible for the taxi giant Cabcharge in Australia.

Read more here: Business Spectator


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