Ride-hailing apps aren't just convenient for consumers -- companies have embraced the services, too. Lyft enabled business profiles back in April 2016 to help customers differentiate between work and personal trips, but the onus was on the individual to file their rides. Today, Lyft is making it easier for individual clients to square rides with their companies by enabling auto-invoicing through any of seven additional services, including Concur and Expensify.
Lyft clients using a business profile can set up this integration by selecting a service in the app's settings, which adds the rides automatically to expense reports. Poof -- no more forwarding receipts. The full list of services now amounts to: Concur, Expensify, Chrome River, Certify, Nexonia, Zoho Expense, Abacus and Xpenditure.