NADA 2020 – See you there!

We are looking forward to seeing old friends and new acquaintances this week at the NADA show in Las Vegas. Every year, the convergence of so many parties in automotive provides a unique opportunity to build holistic perspectives on how changes in industry are driving the offerings that support automotive.  With ever-diversifying car buying personas and car buying methods, one…

Tapping into Automotive Telematics Data

In an economy where data is an increasingly valuable commodity, questions over data ownership rights continue to find an audience in economic, political, legal and even technical debates.  In the 2019 Auto Care Legislative Summit in September, a bill was further discussed that is advocating for increased consumer and independent garage facilities rights to telematically transmitted vehicle diagnostic and repair…

How Can Automotive Meet Its Global Challenges?

 

Global Integration

Previously, we’ve covered the importance of dealer integration from a business perspective, we looked at new technologies that facilitate integration, and ASEAN-Integration-Globalization.pngexamined the tidal wave impact that the consumer is having on the automotive industry’s integration priorities. But what does the overall integration landscape look like from a global perspective? …

Will Automakers Lose Out On This $400 Billion Opportunity?


Is The Connected Car Living Up To It’s Hype?

Just how big is the connected car market going to be? Accenture estimates that it has the global potential to reach a total €500 billion by 2025  or roughly $430 billion USD. Much of that revenue would be in theopportunity175.png form of data access fees and service/software subscriptions. These revenue streams typically feature much higher gross margins than …