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February 25, 2022







Auburn, AL – Today, Fullsteam completed its acquisition of Integrapark, a leading provider of software for monthly parker management, revenue data collection and back-office controls. Fullsteam integrates modern and scalable payments technology with vertical software to create industry-specific features and end-to-end business management systems. “We are thrilled to welcome Integrapark to the Fullsteam family of companies,” said Fullsteam CEO Michael A. Lawler. “Integrapark has built a great reputation and a strong customer base and we believe that they have even bigger growth potential on the horizon. ”This is Fullsteam’s second acquisition in the parking industry after the acquisition of netPark in July of 2019.  This acquisition will now allow Integrapark to have their own payment system for processing credit card transactions through their various software applications.   “Integrapark is excited to join the Fullsteam family.  We believe that the combination will result in our being much stronger and able to better serve our large and growing customer base” said Kyle Cashion, Principal at Integrapark.

About Integrapark

Integrapark was founded in 2001 by Ruth Beaman and Kyle Cashion, two veterans of Central Parking System. Combining over 50 years of experience in parking, accounting, and programming Integrapark has built out software for the parking industry that is easy to use, auditable, full-featured, and focused on maximizing revenues and minimizing labor.  Integrapark software is currently being used in over 6,000 locations.

About Fullsteam

Fullsteam is a leading payments and technology company headquartered in Auburn, Alabama. Fullsteam provides its acquired companies with streamlined payments infrastructure and enhanced operational support in order to increase growth and improve profitability.

Fullsteam Acquires netPark 

August 21, 2019






Fullsteam Acquires netPark




Fullsteam, a holding company acquiring software and payments businesses, announced today the acquisition of netPark, a cloud-based point-of-sale and revenue management software company serving self-park and valet operations. The netPark acquisition is Fullsteam’s first in the parking technology market.


The netPark software is used to manage hotel, casino, hospital, off-airport, municipal and various valet and self-park lots. The system’s full-service offering includes integrated point-of-sale, payment processing, reservations, customer loyalty program, revenue tracking, and website and mobile app development services.

“NetPark is a wonderful addition to the Fullsteam portfolio of companies,” said Fullsteam CEO Michael A. Lawler. “In a highly competitive market, netPark’s leading technology and full-featured software and services separate it from the pack.”

For nearly 20 years, netPark has served the parking industry with its robust platform, and the software is currently used in more than 100 cities across the U.S. and Canada. The system processes an average of 23,000 tickets and more than 8,000 parking reservations daily with more than $1 billion in payments processed to date.

As part of the acquisition, partners Jon Schmidt and David Reynolds will remain with the company and continue to oversee day-to-day operations.

“We have been approached by various companies over the years, but Fullsteam was the first that seemed like a perfect match,” said netPark President Jon Schmidt. “Being able to offer our clients a unified payments solution will allow them to focus on what matters most, their operations, and not the day-to-day trials of payments management. We are excited about the opportunities Fullsteam will bring both our clients and our employees!”


About Fullsteam

Fullsteam™ is a leading software and payments company headquartered in Auburn, Alabama. Fullsteam acquires companies and provides them with streamlined payments infrastructure and enhanced operational support in order to increase growth and improve profitability. Fullsteam is actively seeking further acquisitions across multiple software verticals.