He added that the technology company has combined them, strategically, to deliver it to businesses, adapted to their needs, and with extensions so that companies can manage it both at an administrative level in their spending policies –for example, specifying what hours, days, frequency, spending ranges, etc., can be used by employees – such as to integrate them into their incentive programs for workers or customer loyalty.
Uber’s B2B division is promising in Mexico, as it is focused on facilitating companies’ logistics operations, both for individuals and last-mile efforts. “We want to help companies to have a cheaper operation, to generate a strategy to manage their spending in this regard. The opposite implies fleet cost management,” said Pinto.
In addition, the fact that companies manage their mobility through this smart app allows them to reduce their carbon footprint, given the scheme of shared cars and transfers of all kinds.
All the services that make up Uber –Flash, Planet, Eats, etc.– are included in the version of the platform for companies that adhere. But they also have services designed expressly for business. Pinto mentioned three of them: