Tag Archives for: Technologies

TEZ and T2 announce T2MobilePay powered by TEXT2PARK

October 01, 2020





TEZ and T2 announce T2MobilePay powered by TEXT2PARK




App-free mobile payment solution puts a pay station in every customer’s hand, enhances their guest experience and generates more revenue for operators





Plano, TX – Oct. 01, 2020 – Industry leaders TEZ and T2 have partnered to deliver two best-in-class solutions that combine TEZ’s cutting-edge, app-free and contactless mobile payment platform, TEXT2PARK®, with T2’s robust Iris™ parking management software and renowned T2 Luke® Pay Stations.


Contactless technology plays a vital role in every aspect of the parking and mobility industry. Operators and owners of parking related real estate recognize they need to accelerate adoption of multiple payment options to ensure their operations are easily accessible. And they want their customers and data to remain their own.

The combined technology of MobilePay records all transaction data in a user-friendly system that enables complete control over and insight into daily parking activity and customer data, and also accounts for and reconciles existing third-party mobile app transactions. Customers appreciate an enhanced user experience that includes a powerful survey tool, two-way SMS-based text communication, and informative real-time public messages.

“In today’s market, generating revenue, offering end users touchless solutions, and owning customer data are of utmost importance to parking operations,” said Michael Hamilton, VP, Product Management for T2 Systems. “T2 is thrilled to partner with TEZ to check all three of these boxes for our customers with T2 MobilePay, further enhancing the value of the Iris platform.”

T2 MobilePay can be white labeled in the TEXT2PARK® transaction and digital receipt screens to promote individual locations, brands, and parking programs. The system can also be used to send real-time, geotargeted public messages and digital banner ads to end users, creating a brand-new monetization opportunity for operators and a more personalized guest experience for customers.

“The contactless revolution continues. Today’s dynamic business landscape demands flexibility, ease of use and multiple payment options. Imagine a pay station in your customer’s hand,” said Steve Resnick, Chief Revenue Officer at TEZ. “We did, and we believe we have created an unsurpassed data-driven value-proposition for operators, clients and customers alike. We are extremely excited to partner with T2 in delivering the industry’s most technology-forward, customer-friendly and accountable mobile solution available.”



About TEZ



TEZ is a pioneering software developer that creates app-free, cloud-based mobile solutions to enhance end-user customer experiences in the parking and hospitality industries. By digitizing service with TEXT2PARK®, SMS Valet®, PERMIT2PARK® and TEXT4SERVICE®, operators and owners of commercial real estate speed up service, automate processes and streamline their operations, generating more revenue.  Founded in 2011 by the team that created and patented market-disrupting restaurant paging systems, TEZ platforms offers real-time reporting, dashboard analytics capacities and a comprehensive digital audit trail to maximize accountability and profitability in a simple SaaS interface. For more information, follow TEZ on LinkedIn or visit www.tezhq.com


About T2 Systems


T2 is the largest provider of parking, transportation, and mobility solutions in North America. With over 25 years in business T2 now serves more than 1,700 customers and maintains the largest Customer Community with over 5,000 active members. T2’s open technology and best practices are used to process over 2 billion US dollars annually, and the company’s PARCS, Permits, Enforcement, Pay Stations, and Professional Services capabilities are renowned for innovation and reliability. T2 solutions help universities, municipalities, operators, healthcare campuses, and transportation hubs generate revenue and operate efficiently with integrated solutions featuring touchless and contactless options. From curbside management to gateless, from mobile payments to transportation demand management, T2 strives to make every trip a smooth journey by streamlining the parking, mobility, and transportation experience with technology solutions that help organizations manage resources, achieve goals, and empower consumers with choices.




Passio’s IncroMAXX Now Integrates with Transign’s LED Signs

December 16, 2015


Passio Technologies

ATLANTA — Passio’s exclusive IncroMAXX transit platform now offers “hands free” GPS-based integration with Transign’s LED Destination Signs, allowing transit systems to better communicate with riders and open new avenues for revenue generation.

Coupled with Passio’s automated voice announcement module, the solution delivers an exceptional passenger experience, said Mitch Skyer, president of Passio Technologies.

This partnership allows a vehicle’s on-board signs to display location-specific information directly from Passio’s mobile data terminal (MDT). With the integration, transit agencies can display on the destination signs a bus’ next stop, major nearby intersections, public announcements and location-based advertising as a means of generating revenue.

Passio’s IncroMAXX platform provides a single, cloud-based management solution with one on-board interface. Drivers automatically receive up-to-date information, and with a single selection, can control multiple devices on the vehicle.

This eliminates the need for manual count sheets, driver time sheets and schedule sheets, thereby reducing the amount of time needed for burdensome data entry. In addition, the platform produces straightforward, meaningful and easy-to-understand data reports that system managers can use to make decisions in real time.

Passio unveiled a prototype of the integration during the Florida Parking Association’s 2015 Annual Conference & Trade Show in Amelia Island, Florida, in early December. The new offering will be available to customers starting in early 2016.

In less than four years, Passio has partnered with more than 50 municipalities, universities and private companies to deploy customized transit technology solutions aimed at optimizing operations and enhancing the passenger experience.

Passio’s solutions have been used to count more than 20 million passengers at transit systems across the country. That number is expected to increase dramatically as current projections put the number of passengers counted at more than 12 million over the next year alone and increasing from there in subsequent years.

For more information, visit www.passiotech.com.