When Apples iPad 2 is released this week, valet parking operations will have another great option for running Automated Valet apps at their facilities. All of Automated Valets smart phone apps, with the full capabilities of the AVPM operating system, can be used on the iPad 2.
This phenomenal new device will further cement the position of digital technology in the world of valet parking. Automated Valets apps are already functioning well in the marketplace. The apps are free and are compatible with the iPhone and the iPod. They serve customers by simplifying the reservations and payment process. For valet operations, the apps decrease overhead by minimizing equipment needs and empowering employees. All the procedures needed to process a valet customer can be conducted with the AVPM apps providing accurate and efficient service.
The iPad2 has a 10 hour battery and two cameras. It is thinner and lighter than the previous version and will be easy to manage in the valet setting. The iPad 2s cameras will support digital information gathering capabilities of the system, such as scanning Barcoded Tickets and photographing vehicles to record previous damages.
Automated Valet Founder and CEO Ken Gulec says the iPad 2 will be a revolutionary tool for many locations already using AVPM.
I cannot wait for this new generation iPad to be used in the valet parking environment, Gulec says. People thought I was crazy when I first brought up the idea to create an app for our operating system, but this kind of accessibility is what has put AVPM in use all over the world.
AVPM is an award-winning operating system that offers total revenue control with features including validation and ticket inventory, intense reporting and scheduling capabilities, and digital imaging technology to eliminates false claims.
Our patent pending system gives valet operations an edge over the competition, Gulec says. I encourage valet operators to make themselves aware of the latest in technology, offered by Automated Valet and Apple, to make their operations more successful.