IBM to back Photo Violation Technologies parking meters

Photo Violation Technologies (PVT) has signed a preliminary SOW (service of work) contract with IBM for consulting services to complete the design and development of the software for the PVM (PhotoViolationMeter) Application and Server Applications for the global market.
According to PVT, the MeterLink back-end software developed by IBM will enhance the future of the patented parking and guarantee stability and expandability for the global marketplace. IBM will also integrate a number of its products to ensure the best of breed software solution. This agreement with IBM will guarantee that the software designed for PVT will be scalable globally and will alleviate any growth issues for its MeterLink Software.

In addition, IBM will be responsible for any custom integration that may be required by cities, municipalities or government agencies to their in-house systems. PVT says IBMs involvement will instill confidence for cities and municipalities for worry-free integration with the PhotoViolationMeter solution. IBM will also provide sales and marketing support and project manage the installation of the PhotoViolationMeter in cities and has also expressed interest in financing government purchases through its global financing arm.

Fred Mitschele, chairman, CEO, and president of Photo Violation Technology, said, Upon completion of this contract, we will be able to virtually guarantee the scalability of our PhotoViolationMeter system to any size municipality or private parking company who wishes to implement it.
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