Lyft, a car ride share company, has integrated seven new expense management software options with its platform so business travelers can use any one of eight different options to manage their Lyft receipts.

Joining Concur, which Lyft has been integrated with since 2015, are Expensify, Chrome River, Certify, Nexonia, Zoho, Abacus and Xpenditure.

Users of these expense management tools who wish to use them with Lyft first have to set up a Lyft business profile, which anyone can create by adding a work email address in the Lyft app or through a web browser. Once the profile is enabled, users can then select the expense management tool of their choice within the account settings. Lyft will then automatically send receipts from rides taken under the user’s business profile account to their expense account.

Companies can sign up for a free Lyft for Business account and invite their employees to use the integration, as well as offering options for payment of employees’ rides.

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