When we think of automotive payments, we often default to “paying for my coffee with my car”. Payments for mobility have a much greater potential than that, however – and the future is not so far away. Here we look at the full picture – what’s developing and where it could take us…
Better Buying Experiences
More seamless payments on credit lines
Better Ownership Experiences
Better Mobility Experiences
EV / Fueling
Parking / Tolls
With our innovative solutions, the potential for payments in the auto industry is limitless. Whether that’s simply buying a car, prebooking maintenance down the line, or ordering your next cup of coffee without leaving your car – we support both consumer and merchant-facing channels in creating a uniform, digital ecosystem for payment services.
Just like a well-built car, we’re excited to bring mobility solutions that are scalable and built to last.
As cars become increasingly more connected, they are no longer just a product to be sold and maintained. It has become a mobile source of payment and data – one that can initiate transactions, serve as a connector between multiple parties and drivers, and even create new business models. Here are five ways that Connected Cars will help drive the payment revolution.
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