FL-based ZipLine has inked a technology agreement with SAP to integrate its mPay mobile payment interface with SAP Vehicles Network, running on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform for the Internet of Things (IoT).
WA-based INRIX has completed the acquisition of ParkMe, a Santa Monica, CA company that helps consumers find parking, make reservations and mobile payments worldwide. This deal makes INRIX the preferred provider of parking information and services to leading automakers, transportation agencies and drivers around the world.
Parkmobile has ankled Jon Ziglar as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Ziglar is replacing Cherie Fuzzell, who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.
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Cubic Transportation Systems has signed a letter of intent with the Calgary Parking Authority (CPA) of Calgary, Canada to deliver transit and municipal parking solutions leveraging CPA-developed technology.
Atlanta-based Parkmobile USA has inked an agreement to establish a joint venture with SP Plus. The joint venture will combine two parking transaction engines.
BMW is plowing big money into a provider of mobile payment solutions to municipalities and parking providers. Under terms of the deal BMW’s prepaid parking solution ParkNow will be integrated with Parkmobile.
Bluefin Payment Systems, and Parkmobile have announced a partnership to provide Bluefin’s PayConex point-to-point encryption (P2PE) solution to Parkmobile clients. PayConex™ P2PE is the first P2PE solution in the U.S. to receive Payment Card Industry (PCI) validation, and just one of three solutions in the world to receive this validation. PayConex P2PE encrypts cardholder data within the point of entry, thus preventing clear-text data from reaching the point-of-sale (POS) system, software or networks where it could be exposed in the event of a data breach.
Wirecard, is supporting sunhill technologies GmbH in its expansion of mobile ticketing services. From April this year, smartphone users can register their payment details and park their vehicles using the sms&park (on-street parking) and sms&exit 2.0 DF (off-street parking) apps to book and pay for parking. Currently, users can choose to pay by credit card or SEPA direct debit. sunhill technologies apps are already available in numerous towns and cities in Germany, Austria, and the Netherlands and with the benefit of Wirecard’s payment channels, the company will be able to rapidly expand into various other European countries.
Parking BOXX announced today their partnership with CreditCall. Parking BOXX will use CreditCall’s EMV-ready payment gateway in the Parking BOXX gated, multi-space, pay-by-phone, cashier and citation parking systems. The systems will be installed across North America with sites already live. CreditCall’s industry-leading card payment solutions are available across multiple channels, including-Multi-Space, Pay-on-Foot, Smartphone and web-based parking in the UK, USA and Canada. The company processes credit and debit card payments securely from unattended parking machines, as well as from phone-based and online parking reservation systems.
On Track Innovations announced an agreement to deploy its “EasyPark” parking management system. In the past year, EasyPark™ has been adopted in approximately 20 French municipalities under the service brand PIAF. OTI’s “EasyPark” system implementation will upgrade existing parking payment methods, such as paper parking tickets and “Pay and Display” machines to create a more user-friendly experience for drivers and a lower cost and more efficient operation for the city. Users will be able to re-load their PIAF™ cards at any of the 29 public reloading points located in tobacco and lottery shops across the city, or directly from their personal computer via the PARX France web site at www.monpiaf.fr.
Digital Payment Technologies parking technology and solutions has sold its “65 LUKE” multi-space parking pay stations to the City of San Buenaventura (Ventura), California. DPT was chosen for its environmentally-sustainable solar powered solution, integration with third-party enforcement and citation processing solutions and industry-leading customer service and support. Additional factors involved with the selection include the aesthetically-pleasing design of the “LUKE” paystations, and the user-friendly interface featuring graphical color screens, receipt distribution and convenient payment options for consumers. Ventura is planning to add mobile phone payment capabilities that will increase convenience for consumers and help the city manage parking more efficiently.