Keegan’s session, titled “If You Build It, Will They Buy? – The Role of the FleetTech Partner in the Future Mobility Ecosystem” will explore who will manage and connect the variety of new technologies, services, and connectivity in the mobility space for businesses and agencies. - Photo courtesy of Merchants Fleet.

Keegan’s session, titled “If You Build It, Will They Buy? – The Role of the FleetTech Partner in the Future Mobility Ecosystem” will explore who will manage and connect the variety of new technologies, services, and connectivity in the mobility space for businesses and agencies.

Photo courtesy of Merchants Fleet.

According to a report by Strategy&, over 85% of all new cars are considered connected, and it is estimated that by 2025 over 470 million connected vehicles will be on the road in Europe, the United States, and China.

Vehicle to Everything (V2X) technology will allow cars to talk to each other, to pedestrians, to the companies they work for, and to smart cities. This data point is just one of many that are pointing to a future mobility landscape that is increasingly multi-modal, connected, intelligent, and efficient.  

Merchants Fleet CEO Brendan P. Keegan will discuss the trend toward an increasingly mobile future and how FleetTech partners like Merchants are equipped to manage and connect this diverse system for their enterprise clients at TechCrunch Sessions: Mobility, July 10 in San Jose, Calif. The day-long event, which is centered on challenging assumptions and helping attendees understand the mobility revolution, features programming from industry-leading founders, investors, and technologists and is often considered one of the biggest technology events of the year

Keegan’s session, titled “If You Build It, Will They Buy? – The Role of the FleetTech Partner in the Future Mobility Ecosystem” will explore who will manage and connect the variety of new technologies, services, and connectivity in the mobility space for businesses and agencies.

“We’re at an exciting point in the mobility revolution, where organizations have more ways than ever to increase efficiencies and flexibility in transportation and service,” Keegan said in a statement. “This variety is only going to continue increasing, and businesses must be able to manage, connect, and best leverage the wealth of technologies and services at their disposal to ensure future success.” 

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