Uber Eats launches its new platform for corporate accounts

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Uber Eats is expanding to enterprise customers with the launch of Uber Eats for Business. The new service allows companies to manage their employees’ food orders and positions Uber Eats to compete more directly against rivals that already offer corporate accounts, including Deliveroo, GrubHub and Foodpanda (in some markets).

Uber Eats for Business is integrated into Uber for Business, which lets companies pay for and manage rides taken by their employees and clients. Its functions include setting meal programs that let employees order food at certain times and locations (for example, by geofencing a specific office’s address); automatic spending allowances that bill any overages to employees’ own credit cards; the ability for employees to order meals while traveling for work;

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