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Visa, Pizza Hut and Accenture: Delivering the connected car

Over the next five years, the portion of vehicles on sale that are networked will grow from 10% to 90%. But as car and mobile brands wrangle over how this will work, a partnership between Visa, Pizza Hut and Accenture lets drivers order and pay for pizza from the dashboard.

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There’s no doubt that the connected car is the next big development in the internet of things. Over the next five years the portion of vehicles on sale that are networked will grow from 10% to 90%.

As car manufacturers and mobile phone developers wrangle over how this will work, a partnership between Visa, Pizza Hut and Accenture has already created a platform that lets drivers order and pay for their pizza from the dashboard. How is this opening the door for everything from in-car parcel delivery to automatic parking payments?

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