Uber for Business, a platform for corporate customers, is expanding its Eats product for food delivery this year to more than 20 countries to respond to increasing demand as more employees from during COVID-19 work from home pandemic.
Expansion begins on Wednesday, starting with Brazil, Canada, France and the UK.
The hail fighting company launched Business for Uber in 2014 to provide businesses with a tool to streamline payments for trips they take on employees and customers. In 201
Uber had planned to expand the business version of Eats. Uber said it accelerated these plans in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has caused governments around the world to place home-stay orders that involve millions of employees working remotely.
Active in March Uber ] For companies customers using Eats grew 28% compared to the previous month, the company said.
Uber for Business has also added new features to Eats. Employees can now use their individual
company cards and manage orders via a company profile in the Uber Eats app or on the website.