Gett has announced a strategic partnership with Lyft to enable its corporate clients to access rides in the U.S. The service, which will begin next year, allows customers to request rides through the Gett app and they will be matched with a driver on the Lyft network.
Meanwhile, Gett has also announced the closure of Juno, its New York rideshare business. All Juno riders will be invited to join Lyft.
Dave Waiser, Gett CEO, says: “This development reinforces Gett’s strategy to build a profitable company focused on the corporate transportation sector, a market worth $1 trillion each year.”
He adds: “Uniquely, Gett’s SaaS solution aggregates a complete range of ground travel providers in-country and across geographies, on one single booking platform. Whether for ridesharing, chauffeur, limousine or taxi services, we provide enterprise clients with a best-in-class app and advanced back-end technology that consolidates all options across 100 countries, saving costs for clients globally.”
Founded in 2010, Gett has raised more than $800M in venture funding, including $300M+ from Volkswagen.