Digital Payment Technologies® (DPT) a leading provider of multi-space pay stations and enterprise software parking solutions, today announced the launch of Digital IrisTM 7.1, an update to the company’s popular cloud-based data intelligence platform.
Version 7.1 builds on the success of the original release by adding many new features that enable DPT’s clients to streamline their parking operations and maximize their revenue.
“We couldn’t be happier with the reception of Digital Iris, and are even more excited to introduce our newest features, based on popular requests from clients,” said Robert Choquette, Senior Technical Product Manager for Digital Iris.
“Our clients love the ability to slice and dice data to fit their needs, helping them to better track, analyze, and report on their parking operations, ultimately enabling them to operate more efficiently.”
Key Benefits of Digital Iris 7.1:
Clients can quickly and easily access specific transactions and respond to consumer enquiries.
- Transaction Lookup enables operators to look up a single transaction or the transaction history for a particular credit card or license plate number without having to run a full report.
- Print and email receipts. Send receipts to a consumer as proof of purchase or print for adjudication purposes.
Clients gain deeper insight into their operational data with new widgets.
- Average Revenue by Space enables better budgeting and forecasting though examination of the average revenue contributed by each parking space.
- Average Permit Duration enables more accurate policy planning though analyzing the average length of stay paid for by consumers.
- Average Permit Price enables more precise rate setting by inspecting the average amount consumers choose to pay.
About Digital Payment Technologies
Digital Payment Technologies (DPT), a wholly owned subsidiary of T2 Systems Inc., is a leading provider of multi-space pay stations and enterprise software solutions for the parking industry. DPT’s integrated hardware and software solutions provide revenue collection, operational analysis and complete financial tracking of parking operations, enabling municipalities, universities and other parking operators to increase customer satisfaction, generate more revenue, and reduce congestion.
Picture: Digital Iris at the IPI Conference & Expo 2014, by T2 Systems Inc.