Offer car apps and services that delight drivers – with the SAP Vehicles Network
Deliver a seamless in-car experience with SAP Vehicles Network – a B2B marketplace for connected car apps and services. Powered by SAP HANA Cloud, this worldwide network instantly connects buyers, such as OEMs and car app developers, with sellers, such as gas stations and parking chains. All members have access to unified APIs, inventory visibility, and process governance – and drivers have an easy way to connect to the services they routinely need.
By making it easy for drivers to get what they need – gas, a parking space, a cup of coffee, or anything else – right from their cars, you can distinguish your company from the pack. That’s why SAP Vehicles Network puts your car apps and services at drivers’ fingertips, right when they need them.
How does SAP Vehicles Network work?
As a member of the SAP Vehicles Network, you’ll have access to a reliable, worldwide infrastructure for connected car apps and services – right out of the gate. Buyers (like automotive OEMs) and sellers (like gas stations) can use unified APIs to rapidly onboard new offerings and easily connect to mobile payment, POS, navigation, and other services.
Key benefits of the SAP Vehicles Network
Real-time Network Insights
Gain insights into real-time customer intent based on historical parking and fueling transactions.
Base real-time offers on smart recommendations to increase cross-sells, up-sells,
Drive revenue by offering new value-added vehicle services – such as fueling, parking, valet, and in-car mobile commerce.
Omni-Channel Customer Service
Gain instant access to more than 10,000 mobile payment-enabled gas stations and parking garages.
Delightful customer experience
Offer drivers connected car services and apps that simplify their fueling and parking experience.
Increase the adoption of OEM car apps by providing simple and intuitive mobile payment experiences.
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SAP, Mojio and Concur
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SAP, SEAT, and Samsung Electronics
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SAP, Shell, and Volkswagen
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life for drivers. In this video, Julie uses it to quickly find a parking space, navigate to the nearest gas station, and pay for these services without leaving her car.
SAP and BMW
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SAP, Toyota, VeriFone and Rotten Robbie
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pilot in-car telematics system. With one touch, consumers can find the closest gas station, authorize an electronic payment, and get personalized coupons.
Our growing connected parking network spans 8 European countries and the U.S. It includes 350K on- and off-street parking spaces in 235 European cities – and 1.75 million on- and off-street parking spaces in
cities across the U.S.
Mojio, the connected vehicle platform and app provider for Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile USA, has joined SAP Vehicles Network and will provide parking and fueling through its app in the U.S. and Europe.
splitsecnd, a provider of car connectivity for crash detection and emergency response, will enable drivers to connect to the SAP Vehicles Network by providing any vehicle connectivity, independent of car make, model, phone, or network carrier.