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).
In today’s CardFlash News Que: ACI (IRS); FIRST BANKCARD (Best Western); TOMAHAWK (Text2ParkMe); and PASSPORT (Cincinnati).
MasterCard and Parkeon have launched “City Connector”, a unique couponing platform that delivers offers and services from local businesses via on-street parking meters.
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.
NCR Corporation, the global leader in consumer transaction technologies, announced today that Moneycorp has deployed weatherized NCR SelfServ™ 28 ATMs in city center locations around the U.K. to provide a reliable, secure service for customers. The NCR ATMs are conveniently designed for busy city center locations. Moneycorp worked closely with NCR and NCR partner, ATMRC, to quickly design, test and deploy the ATM solution. This ensured a timely and effective deployment for Moneycorp’s on-street ATMs, helping to future-proof its business and increase profitability. It is designed to be easily deployed and redeployed anywhere”indoors or outdoors”with minimal infrastructure requirements, providing maximum brand exposure, transaction volumes and revenue combined with a low cost of ownership. The SelfServ 28 ATM needs only a power outlet to operate and with a temperature range from -50 to +35 degrees centigrade does not require a structure to protect it from the weather.
NCR Corporation announcedthat Moneycorp has deployed weatherized NCR SelfServ™ 28 ATMs in city center locations around the U.K. to provide a reliable, secure service for customers. The NCR ATMs are conveniently designed for busy city center locations. Moneycorp worked closely with NCR and NCR partner, ATMRC, to quickly design, test and deploy the ATM solution. This ensured a timely and effective deployment for Moneycorp’s on-street ATMs, helping to future-proof its business and increase profitability.
MasterCard announced an exclusive, global partnership with the world’s leading parking services provider, Parkeon, to enable shoppers to benefit from local merchant offers and loyalty services through their global network of smart parking terminals This unique couponing platform, developed by MasterCard, will enable the delivery of offers from locally relevant retailers directly to shoppers as they are paying for their parking spaces. This new process transforms the retail experience and is designed to deliver relevant rewards to shoppers at the right moment and in the right place. For local businesses, this powerful new digital shopping channel will allow them to showcase relevant and appropriate merchant offers in a highly targeted way. This global partnership builds on an already successful collaboration between the two companies who encourage customers to move away from cash and towards contactless payments. Current initiatives have increased the use of Parkeon electronic payments terminals across 50 countries by 27% over the last year.
The City of Seattle has dispatched PayByPhone to introduce a pay-by-phone payment service for its 13,000 on-street paid parking spaces, allowing drivers to use their cell phones to pay for parking. PayByPhone payments are made by entering the block’s unique location number and the length of parking time desired. Customers will only have to sign up once with their credit card and license plate either online, via the app or by phone, which can be done quickly and easily at the point of parking. Drivers can also choose to receive a text message reminder before their parking time expires, with the option to add time remotely (subject to time limit restrictions) and receive parking receipts by email.
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.
Hypercom Corporation has announced that vending solution provide MCS MICRONIC Computer Systeme GmbH has selected and will resell Hypercom’s high security Artema Modular to integrators and retailers in Germany. Three of the major regional rail transit operators in Germany use Hypercom’s Artema Modular self-service payment terminals with GPRS to speed ticketing in more than 370 trains serving over 200 million commuters and other travelers per year. The popular product enables pay at the pump in Portugal, and payment at on-street parking machines in the Belgian capital Brussels. In addition to venues across Europe, the Artema Modular provides convenience, security and speed to consumers at self-service machines in the Middle East, Asia Pacific and North America.
The On Track Innovations’ subsidiary PARX is expanding its
“EasyPark” in-vehicle electronic parking solution with the addition of
the northern Italy municipalities of Asti, Bra and Rivarolo Canavese.
Initially introduced as “Neos Park” by PARX and Neos Tech in 2008,
“EasyPark” allows the user to pay only for the actual time parked
through its contactless unit. Eliminating the need for cash and change,
the device is placed in the vehicle window and turned off when the
operator is finished parking either on-street or in a parking lot. OTI
was established in 1990 to develop secure contactless microprocessor-
based smart card technology while its PARX Ltd. subsidiary handles OTI
marketing, operating and distributing advanced parking solutions.