One pain point was when traveling for business was going into my email and finding the correct receipt. Did I have a ride from the airport that morning, then a personal ride to lunch? Which receipt is personal, which receipt is for business? And did I remember to switch my credit card from business to personal on my way home from that whiskey bar last night? And why are all these personal receipts in my business Concur (expensing software) account?
Well, thankfully, Uber rolled out a new feature last week that lets users switch between business and personal profiles. The most important part of this new feature is being able to designate which credit card will be charged and where the receipt will be emailed. Additionally, if you’ve connected your Concur account (provided you use it) with Uber, only the rides on your business profile will be imported as an available receipt in your Concur expense report.
Now all you need to remember is to switch the correct profile before requesting your Uber. (It’s easy, just click the Uber menu button and select which profile you’d like to use).
So, how do you set up business profiles?
First, go to your payment methods and add your company credit card.
From your computer:
- Go to https://www.uber.com/business/profiles
- Enter your business email
- Log into your Uber account
- Continue customizing your profile in the Uber app on your phone
From your phone:
- Open the Uber menu
- Click settings
- Under profiles: add a business profile
- Add the business credit card to your new business profile as the default payment
- Open your Uber menu
- Click settings
- Click business
- Change your email
- Change your default payment
Uber drivers now have access to uber mileage tracker and expense logging solutions for the self-employed from Everlance.