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Accenture Connected Vehicle Solution

Offering connected car solutions to manage commercial fleets and in vehicle technology.


The need for ever-more advanced in-vehicle technologies is creating competitive challenges for auto manufacturers in the connected vehicle market. While the rapid pace of technology change presents new challenges, it also offers potential opportunities for gaining a competitive advantage. Developing the ability to source data from the vehicle, supported by analytics, could help companies better understand the needs of a market in constant change, improve their product development and manufacturing processes, and move closer to achieving high performance.

The Accenture Connected Vehicle Business Solution provides onboard and connectivity solutions; telematics platform and data integration and end-to-end services to automotive, heavy equipment companies, Tier 1 suppliers and new entrants in the Connected Vehicle ecosystem including telecommunications and insurance companies.

Accenture Connected Vehicle Survey—What Drivers Want

Why Accenture

Through an end-to-end or tailored approach, Accenture Connected Vehicle Business Solution helps automakers deliver on-board and back-end systems necessary to create connected vehicles, provides the integration with content providers, real-time vehicle diagnostic data and overall program management.

Through the use of proprietary solutions and assets, Accenture designs, builds and runs range of technology services to improve the customer experience and create efficiencies in areas including real-time predictive monitoring and maintenance.

Manufacturers can benefit from new streams of revenues generated by Accenture’s application of analytics, process improvement, program management and integration capabilities for third-party providers. Accenture is part of the GENIVI consortium and meets market demand for the next generation of in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) systems by offering pure GENIVI and integrated GENIVI / Android™ platforms.

Specific Services



  • GenIVI 5.0
  • Soft panels
  • IVI standards
  • Personalization
  • HMI/User interface
  • Smartphone integration
  • Introduced connected phone ability


Long-range Networks

  • Satellite links
  • Vehicle-to-Vehicle
  • MNO connectivity
  • Vehicle-to-platform
  • Vehicle-to-infrastructure

Short-range Networks

  • Device-to-device
  • Device-to-gateway
  • Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/NFC

Big Data and Analytics

Advanced Analytics and Telematics

  • Embedded devices
  • Predictive modeling
  • Software integration
  • Customer and marketing analytics

Big Data and IT Integration

  • Data discovery
  • Privacy and security
  • End-to-end hosting capability
  • BI, data mining and monetization


Back-end solution

  • Billing
  • App. store
  • User accounts
  • Content delivery
  • Managed services
  • MNO integration (BSS)



  • Certification
  • Managed services
  • Off-the-shelf apps
  • Systems integration
  • Developer ecosystem
  • Enterprise integration


  • Sales channels
  • Vertical BPO services

Accenture unveils “connected vehicle integrated solution” to help manufacturers meet customer demand for in-vehicle services, from Wi-Fi access to mobile payments and safety device.

Connected Vehicle

With the evolution of mobile digital devices and consumers’ need for in-vehicle infotainment, the connected vehicle market moves into top gear.

Watch this video to find out why the mobile digital revolution cannot be ignored by the automotive industry, and why companies must focus on the connected vehicle market.


Accenture Connected Vehicle Survey

Drivers and passengers increasingly expect access to connected services in their vehicles. High interest in next-generation in-vehicle technologies among drivers in emerging economies could help shape the demand for new sales in the next few years and provide the industry with a sustained revenue stream.

Accenture conducted a global Connected Vehicle Survey among 14,195 drivers across 12 countries—Brazil, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Spain, South Africa, South Korea, United Kingdom and United States—to find out what do consumers want and how can OEMs fulfill those demands?