The 2010 International Parking Institute Conference and Expo is set for May 10-13 in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Convention Center and Automated Valet is ready to impress the parking industry.
In addition to its core products and services, including the AVPM valet operating system, Automated Valet has a list of new technologies to display at this years show. More than 2,000 parking industry members are expected to attend the 2010 IPI Expo. Among them will be representatives from cities, universities, airports, hospitals, commercial parking operators, and consulting firms from around the world.
We have a valet operating system that accommodates all of these types of facilities and features that are specifically designed for their individual needs, says Automated Valet Founder and CEO Ken Gulec. We know we have a lot to offer and are excited to share our technology.
The Customer Rewards program will be front and center. Operations that choose AVPM can install a feature that tracks frequent customers and high profile guests and offers them rewards, discounts, coupons and special services for their loyalty. The venue decides who qualifies and what benefits to offer and the details are programmed into the system to be provided automatically.
Automated Valet earned PCI compliance late last year and will also be showing its credit card on file function. Upgraded capabilities for receiving text and email requests for vehicles are another new feature to be on display.
Automated Valets extensive reporting capabilities will be demonstrated on the floor. AVPM users can prepare more than 150 reports including payroll, validations, ticket inventory, claims and traffic patterns.
Expo guests can also take a look at the Damage Tracking System, for managing damages and claims automatically, and the AVPM integrated all-in-one POS system that is totally mobile with no mouse or keyboard necessary.
This is going to be a great show. The venue is terrific and the tradeshow will provide a wealth of information to the valet parking industry, Gulec says. We are happy to be a part of it and confident our product will stand out in the crowd.