Hectronic - Swiss Drive

The CITEA parking ticket terminal convinces during the Suisse Public.swiss_parkautomat_mit_handy.jpg
Hectronic goes on the offensive in Switzerland. "We want to increase our sales activities in a range of fields, says Carlos Klöti, Managing Director of Hectronic Switzerland. One of the logical consequences: participating at the Suisse Public in Bern. Hectronic was represented during the specialist trade show for public services and administration on a stand shared with other companies and showed its CITEA parking ticket terminal. The public gave Hectronic the thumbs up for the high technical standard of the different payment methods (especially mobile phone parking), the protection against vandalism and the successful design. A great success, was also the opinion of Claude Rouge, Head of Sales.

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Claude Rouge, Head of Sales, and Priska Sancina of IMS AG.

Mobile phone parking is on its way

Cooperation with ePark in Switzerland opens new possibilities.
The integration allowing one to enable paying with a mobile phone does not require any additional hardware for the newest generation of CITEA parking ticket machines. The mobile payment application is simply activated via the modem within the CITEA parking ticket machine.
Hectronic and ePark24 respond to market demands in this field. ePark24 AG, one of the leading providers for mobile phone payment solutions, has offered mobile phone parking to its customers for the past two years. Drivers will in future benefit from even more comfort and new possibilities thanks to the mobile parking integration into Hectronics parking ticket machines.
Wolfgang Stanek, Head of Parking, says: "Mobile parking is an example on how multifunctional parking ticket machines offer benefits to the user. Furthermore, it emphasises Hectronics leading role in introducing innovative technologies."
And Carlos Klöti, Managing Director of Hectronic Switzerland, adds: "Our customers can now integrate mobile parking easily on all CITEA parking ticket machines in Switzerland.
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