Nokia and SAP Tackle Corporate Car-Sharing Together

Nokia  (NYSE: NOK  ) has announced its support of SAP's  (NYSE: SAP  ) TwoGo car-sharing service with HERE, its mapping service.

With HERE, Nokia is already helping commuters avoid traffic and find public transport routes. Nokia says that SAP selected HERE as a location backbone for its TwoGo car-sharing service because of its scale across multiple screens and operating systems.

As part of SAP's enterprise services, TwoGo lets employees share work commutes in an effort to reduce the costs of corporate fleets, parking, and traveling. Since TwoGo is a cloud-based service, it automatically organizes employees into carpools. Additionally, TwoGo has been designed with large companies in mind. It works with corporate calendar applications so rides are synced with each employee's work schedules.

TwoGo is currently available for companies in Germany and the U.S. The service should expand to more countries soon.


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