If all goes according to plan, Deem's corporate booking tool and mobile apps this summer will be the first of their kind to allow Uber for Business users to book scheduled and on-demand rides.

According to Deem head of mobility Nikolaj Koester, about nine in 10 trips through ridehailing companies are on-demand. "You've never been able to actually get an on-demand trip inside of an online booking tool platform before," he said during a Tuesday interview. "You always have to either hail a taxi on the street or use one of the . . .

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