Just a web browser with tires? Banking on the connected car

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Connected cars market is perceived as one of the fastest growing branches of the automotive industry. It is estimated that, by 2020, 90% of passenger cars rolling off production lines will have the function of being online. That creates an endless variety of possibilities, not only for car manufacturers, but also for other segments of business. How can banks and other financial institutions take advantage of that? Read our white paper to find out!

 

Maciej Wolański, CTO and Head of R&D - Financial Services Division, Comarch

Maciej Wolański is the head of R&D at Comarch’s Financial Services division. An expert in Fintech and innovation, Maciej is responsible for developing and testing new ideas, technologies and business models.