The Impact of Connected Cars on Your Employees

April 28, 2017 Mason Meadows

Connected Cars

There has been no shortage of articles circulating about connected cars lately, and for good reason. Analysts are predicting that by 2021, 380 million connected cars will be on the road. While most are thinking about how this shift is going to affect their personal lives, one area that is not being talked about is how the life of the mobile worker is going to change, and in return, how companies are going to have to adjust. Since many of us spend 40+ hours of our weeks at work, the rise of the connected car might affect our jobs more than we think.

Take a look at my recent article featured in VentureBeat, 3 ways connected cars will affect employees, to learn more about how the life of the mobile worker is going to change over the next few years.

About the Author

Mason Meadows

Mason is the Vice President of Product Management at Runzheimer. With over 16 years of product management and technology experience, Mason is an expert in his field and is a contributor in publications such as VentureBeat.

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