Over the past several months, Lyft has signed up a number of organizations as part of its Lyft for Work beta test, getting feedback and refining the product to meet their needs. Since every company has different use cases, the company has been trying to make the program as flexible as possible.
Use cases vary depending on the company participating. Some companies set geofences so only rides going to and from their office are charged for, and they can also apply credits used for specific events — like a holiday party, for instance. They can also set parameters around the time of day that Lyft is used, or limit the type of service an employee uses.
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