PSX Houston Parking Division is open for demonstrations at The Synergy of Parking event on May 15-17, 2018 at the DoubleTree Houston Downtown.
The Synergy of Parking event is three days of private demonstrations for parking operators, facilities teams, and property owners to experience the synergy of parking with partners PSX and Amano McGann.
Each day, at 11 am, 1, 3, or 5 pm, you can schedule a custom demonstration focusing on solutions for your facility. On Thursday, sessions are available at 11 am and 1 pm, with a final demonstration and networking happy hour to conclude the event at 4:30pm.
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Since 1969, PSX has worked hand-in-hand with clients, integrating systems and controlling facilities with creative solutions for parking, security and beyond. Successful installations at thousands of sites have proven PSX to be a leading technology and project implementation expert for diverse sectors for nearly 50 years. With six offices across the United States, PSX continues to grow as one of Amano McGann’s largest and most experienced active dealers. For more information about PSX, visit www.psxgroup.com.
INDIANAPOLIS—As part of a five-year plan to replace aging meters, the ParkHouston program is introducing new multi-space pay stations with enhanced speed and capabilities.
This week, parkers will see around 90 new meters on Houston streets, with another 166 being installed in March. The meters—T2 Systems’ Digital Luke II multi-space pay stations—employ cutting-edge technology that will make parking easier as well as enhance operation for the City.
Houston’s purchase of the Luke II pay stations, a significant contract for T2, was approved by the City Council on Oct. 15 after the city used several of the meters in trial form during 2015. Houston manages 9,200 parking spaces with the help of its multi-space pay stations.
The Luke II meter provides a better experience because it lets parkers associate their payment with their license plate number. With “pay-by-plate,” a parker no longer has to walk back to their car to put a receipt on the dashboard. This ability was a driving factor in Houston’s decision to go with T2.
“This is really going to improve the customer experience,” said Assistant Director of ParkHouston Maria Irshad. “Customers will now just be able to get on their way after paying for parking.”
In the rollout, teams of ambassadors will walk the areas where new meters are in place to teach parkers how to pay-by-plate. Additionally, parkers who use a mobile app to pay will also now be able to extend their parking session via text message. This is another service that “will take the aggravation out of parking,” Irshad said.
The speed of the Luke II pay stations is also a key enhancement for the City. During trials the meters performed 50 percent faster than the older model. The improved modem technology in the pay stations will also boost monitoring and maintenance.
The new meters also feature a paper jam sensor, a must in Houston’s humid climate and an element the City worked with T2 to develop. Previously, after a hard rain, parking staff had to visit many of the meters to check for and clear paper jams caused by humidity. “With the new sensor, we’ll see a decrease in customer complaints and an increase in operational efficiency,” said Irshad.
“We were proud to partner with Houston, continuing our 10-year relationship with them to make parking easier for citizens and management easier for the City,” said Chris Chettle, T2 Executive Vice President of Product & Manufacturing. “We are always looking for ways to augment our customers’ parking operations and Houston provided us a great opportunity.”
“Our meters were working for us, they were just getting old, as any technology does,” Irshad said. “When we purchased them in 2005, we were still using flip phones. That’s how quickly technology changes. We needed to upgrade. At the end of the day, parking meters are a piece of technology and need to be refreshed as such.”
Started in 1994, T2 Systems is a technology-focused parking systems provider with deep roots in the evolving parking industry. This commitment is evident in T2’s quality products and services, thought leadership and strong customer relationships. The company’s unified parking management and payment solutions provided under the T2 and Digital brands are in use by over 1,100 organizations across the US and Canada including universities, cities, towns, hospitals and parking operators. T2 has offices in Indianapolis, Vancouver and virtual offices throughout North America. For additional information about T2 products and services, visit www.T2systems.com.
Houston, TX (February 17, 2016)—IntegraPark, the parking industry’s leading provider of automated accounting tools, has partnered with VenTek, the foremost manufacturer of unattended parking revenue control systems, to announce the integration of IntegraPark’s Rome application with VenTek’s revenue control system.
This integration will permit parking owners and operators to automatically transfer revenues from multiple locations to the general ledger and financial statements, eliminating time-consuming manual key entry and user errors. Automating data entry can reduce owners’ and operators’ accounting staff time by up to 75%.
“Our customers are going to love the additional features offered by IntegraPark’s Rome application,” said Victoria Iacovetto, VenTek’s Director of National Sales. “Not only will the software provide extraordinary convenience and accuracy, but it will also positively impact their bottom lines.”
“We are delighted to be partnering with Ventek to make our Rome application available to VenTek’s customers,” said Kyle Cashion, founding principal of IntegraPark. “There’s tremendous synergy between our technologies, and the addition of Rome will provide significant benefits to users of VenTek’s revenue control suite.”
VenTek International (VenTek) provides Automated Pay Station (APS) system solutions. Established nearly 60 years ago in San Francisco, VenTek designed and built the first mechanical ticket machine in the industry (Wikipedia Pay & Display), and has continued innovating since 1958.
As the longest-standing, US manufacturer of Unattended Revenue Collection Systems, VenTek has deployed thousands of pay stations to Cities, National Parks, Universities, Airports, Parking Garages, Transit Agencies and Commercial Parking Garages. VenTek revenue systems combine extensive experience with state-of-the-art automated payment technology. VenTek designs and manufactures its products in Petaluma, California, has a Canadian office located in Vancouver, B.C., and has distributors and factory-trained staff located throughout Canada and the U.S. VenTek not only meets the current needs of a variety of unattended, revenue situations, but also specializes in providing unique, engineered solutions to meet the specific needs of its customers.
IntegraPark is the leading provider of accounting and operations management solutions for the parking industry, with applications integrated with most major revenue control systems. IntegraPark’s products include PARIS for monthly parker billings and receivables, Geneva for revenue analysis and bank deposit reconciliation, and Rome, which gathers real-time information from a variety of revenue control systems and facilitates the import of that information into back office financial systems. The company can be found online at www.integrapark.com.