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Grab for Business Takes off in Myanmar

G r a b , t h e l e a d i n g o n – d e m a n d transportation and mobile payments platform in Southeast Asia announced the launch of Grab for Business in Myanmar. Grab for Business offers companies a seamless and productive way to manage their employees’ transport spending. Tens of thousands of businesses across Southeast Asia are using Grab for Business today, including more than 50 companies in Myanmar that have signed up during the beta trial last November.

Grab for Business addresses the common problems faced by companies and employees in Myanmar when it comes to business travel such as not being able to keep track of employees’ rides, the lack of receipts, faded receipts, price haggling, price certainty and safety.

Rides booked with Grab can be tagged as “Business Rides” and assigned to corporate groups within the Grab app. All rides would be synced to the Grab for Business web portal, which is a single tool for businesses to organize and oversee employees’ travel.

“Since the launch of Grab for Business in 2016, leading companies and organizations across Southeast Asia have trusted Grab to help manage their travel spending and streamline their claim process which in simple terms, allows them to reduce costs and increase productivity. Grab is glad to offer the Grab for Business solution to support Myanmar companies simplify business transportation for employees. As more people in Yangon use GrabTaxi in Yangon for their daily transportation, Grab for Business is ideal for companies to manage their employees’ business trips. We have already seen a positive uptake for Grab for Business among companies based in Yangon and as Grab continues to expand its footprint and services in Myanmar, the Grab for Business solution is the value-added service that we offer to companies to simplify business travel so they can focus on their core business”, said Amrt Sagar, Country Manager, Grab Myanmar. Grab for Business is available in eight countries, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar.