Parking Management Systems
Making parking less of a pain.
Parking management systems present serious challenges for city governments. Cities incorporating a variety of technologies, products and services from multiple third-party vendors are tasked with the time-consuming challenges associated with managing various vendors. At times, these vendors may have competing incentives or interests. Parking solutions are complex but, for your customers, parking should be simple.
- How do you improve available parking? Parking guidance and multiple payment methods (integration via Merge)
- Can you streamline customer service with convenient payment options such as Web and phone interfaces? In addition to Web and phone payment options, provide public Web portals for RPP application & renewal, citation appeals, street sweeping, and space closure information (via eTIMS)
- How do you maximize revenue from parking enforcement efforts? Improve route design, staffing efficiency (via CitySight and Beat Generator). Improved collections of delinquent citations (via Managed Receivables)
- Can you reduce traffic congestion? Meter pricing recommendations (via Merge)
These questions can be difficult to answer, and we want to help you get the most out of your parking program, whether on-street or off-street. As an integrator, we’re able to combine multiple functions into a single responsibility center for improved performance. We can increase your efficiency and help you answer questions you haven’t even asked yet.
We offer seamless and convenient parking management systems for motorists that result in increased turn-over, decreased congestion and improved productivity of the overall parking program.
- Violation processing: enterprise level or off-the-shelf
- Meter, sensor and off-street revenue collection systems
- Operations powered by Merge™ parking management system
- Managed receivables and collection
David oversees our industry-leading parking solutions group. His vision in smart parking has resulted in contracts with world-class parking systems such as L.A. Express Park, ParkIndy and many more. Previously, David led the sales, marketing, and acquisitions for the Transportation business of Xerox, with operations in 30 countries. Prior to joining Xerox, David was Director of Operations Planning & Management for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Organizing Committee. In 2003, he received the International Project of the Year Award, presented by the Project Management Institute, for his work during the Winter Olympic Games. He earned an MBA from the University of Michigan, an MA in International Affairs from the George Washington University and a BA in Political Science from Messiah College.
You can arrange an interview or speaker presentation with our transportation thought leaders. To discuss opportunities, contact Carl Langsenkamp, Xerox Public Relations, at 1-585-423-5782 or email@example.com.
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