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SAP, Toyota, VeriFone Help Drivers Shrink Carbon Footprint

fuel pumpSoftware company SAP, along with Toyota InfoTechnology Center USA and VeriFone, have launched a project to help simplify drivers’ fueling experience and minimize their carbon footprint.

With the prototype, consumers can use a one-touch, one screen system to navigate to the closest gas station, authorize automatic payment and receive personalized coupons.

Built on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform, the solution aggregates information on a vehicle’s location, route and fuel level as well as points of interest. VeriFone provides point-of-sale (POS) solutions and Toyota ITC provides telematics data. These processes and information are integrated via the SAP Cloud portfolio and presented in a screen on the Toyota ITC dashboard, allowing drivers to manage the entire transaction in one click.

In its efforts to shrink its own carbon footprint, SAP last week said it will increase the portion of electric vehicles in its company car fleet to 20 percent by 2020.

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