Make Your Commute More Efficient with BMW In-Car Digital Business Services

August 22nd, 2017 by

Thanks to BMW vehicles enjoying the integration of Microsoft Exchange and upcoming Skype for Business connectivity, BMW is delivering the potential for you to transform your BMW into a rolling office. It’s a perfect solution for folks who spend a lot of time in their cars.

BMW is the first auto manufacturer to fully-integrate Microsoft Exchange in their vehicles, providing you with a secure, in-vehicle connection to your email accounts. Not only does this help you stifle the temptation to check your smartphone every time it chimes with a new email or appointment, but it makes it convenient to schedule appointments and compose emails via voice control. Plus, incoming emails and appointment changes are safely shown on the vehicle’s Control Display. You can even import meeting addresses into the BMW’s navigation system.

This fall, BMW automobiles will also feature Microsoft’s Skype for Business. It’s run through the vehicle’s iDrive system, with upcoming Skype meetings identified and signaled on the Control Display. When you want to participate in a meeting, simply press the iDrive controller.

Dieter May, Senior Vice President Digital Products and Services, stated in a press release, “With BMW Connected we offer a wide range of digital services designed to help users with their daily mobility needs inside and outside of the car. We seek to continuously extend and enhance the customer experience with regard to all aspects of their mobility. The integration of productivity features in-car (like Exchange and Skype for Business) and personalized and contextual services will help customers with their day-to-day work and planning while they are on the road.”

If you’re interested in learning more about BMW Digital Business Services, we invite you to visit us and meet with one of our team members. Our showroom at 71 Portsmouth Ave in Stratham serves drivers from the Stratham, Dover, Rochester, Haverhill, and Portsmouth areas

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