Enterprise Holdings has acquired online ride-matching business Zimride, which has a network of more than 350,000 users on 130 university and corporate campuses. Through social media, Zimride connects users for long rides and carpooling. Annual software license fees are collected from colleges and businesses to support the program, which doesn’t collect fees from individual users.
Clayton-based Enterprise, which also has its own car-sharing network, Enterprise CarShare, has purchased three regional car-sharing services in the past two years. Financial terms of the Zimride deal, which closed June 10, were not disclosed.