Tap, Ride, and Expense with Uber + Concur

Organizing receipts and chasing down cabs make traveling for work stressful. That’s why we’ve partnered with Concur, so anyone with a Concur account can tap a button and expense work-related rides in 160+ cities worldwide. Just connect your Uber account with Concur and we’ll send all business trips and e-receipts directly to your expense report.

Connect Uber with Concur



  1. Get the latest Uber app for iPhone,  Android, or Windows.
  2. Connect your Uber account to your Concur expense account through Concur’s app store.
    When the connection is active, you’ll notice a small Concur logo next to your payment source on the ‘Request Ride’ screen.


  3. Whenever you’re riding for business, switch ‘Concur’ on the payment section of the Uber app to ON and we’ll bill your trips to your company’s expense report.concur-on

From Denver to Dubai, your work trips are officially covered. Our partnership with Concur is just the start — learn how we’re making business travel easier everywhere at uber.com/business.

New to Uber? You’ve come to the right place. Get the app now and request affordable, reliable rides for work or play.

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