Park Assist Announces Leadership Change and Promotion for Australia Branch

Park Assist Leadership Change and Promotion - Australia

Park Assist has named Scott Dubois the General Manager of the Australia Branch, which covers the Asia Pacific Region. Scott has been with Park Assist since 2009 where he has delivered over 50 parking guidance system projects. Scott is credited with establishing the Australian business in its leading market position. “Scott has been a key contributor to the success of Park Assist for the past six years and we’re excited to have him lead our Asia Pacific branch operations,” said Gary Neff, CEO of Park Assist. Scott is replacing Daniel Cohen, Co-Founder of Park Assist, who recently retired.

Also, Jeremy Lewis has been promoted to Senior Director of Client Services. "In the past year, Jeremy has developed a strong client services platform in Australia that we are looking to emulate in other markets. We are pleased to appoint Jeremy as our Senior Director of Client Services. His vision and leadership will positively impact the entire company,” said Neff. Jeremy joined Park Assist in 2014 with a focus on reshaping our services and strengthening client relationships.

About Park Assist® 

Park Assist logoPark Assist® is a business intelligence technology company that utilizes camera-based sensor applications to improve the parking experience. Park Assist’s camera-based sensor systems are highly regarded in over twenty countries around the globe for their ability to improve the overall parking experience. This year, Park Assist celebrates 10 years as the global leader in parking sensor technology and the pioneer of camera based parking systems. Park Assist is part of the TKH Group (Euronext: TWEKA), a $1.6 billion publicly traded company headquartered in the Netherlands. For more information, visit

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