ExxonMobil customers can start paying for their fuel by voice command to Alexa
ExxonMobil and Fiserv announced that they are transforming the way people pay for gasoline using Amazon Alexa. Coming later this year, consumers with Alexa-enabled vehicles, Echo Auto, and other Alexa-enabled mobility devices will be able to say, “Alexa, pay for gas” when they pull up to the pump.
Alexa confirms the station location and the pump number. Digital commerce technology from Fiserv will activate the pump and facilitate token generation to help ensure a secure payment experience. Payments will be processed by Amazon Pay; no additional sign-up or separate account is required.
This new experience will initially be available at more than 11,500 Exxon and Mobil stations in the U.S., and is being demonstrated for the first time at CES 2020 in the Amazon Automotive booth in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.
Transactions will be processed using Amazon Pay, allowing consumers to securely use the payment information stored in their Amazon account, and powered by digital commerce technology from Fiserv, Inc., a leading global provider of payments and financial services technology solutions.
“We’re excited to bring new technology and better experiences to the gas station,” said Eric Carmichael, Americas fuels marketing manager at ExxonMobil. “We build and seek out technology that will wow our consumers, providing both ease of use and security.”
“As consumer expectations change, there is growing demand for frictionless interactions that span the digital and physical worlds,” said Devin McGranahan, senior group president, Global Business Solutions at Fiserv. “The age of connected commerce is here, and voice-activated smart devices will play a pivotal role in the future of payments by streamlining the way consumers make purchases every day.”