ParkMobile Wins CNET Networks UK Technology Award

Parkmobiles cashless GSM parking is the winner of the Mobile Product or Initiative of the year at the CNET Networks UKs Technology Awards 2004.
At the CNET Technology Awards gala evening, Parkmobile’s cashless and ticketless parking solution was announced as the best ‘Mobile Product or Initiative of the year’, beating strong competition from BT, Royal Bank of Scotland, Citrix Systems and iPass.
cnet_award.jpgCNET Networks UK's Technology Awards consists of 11 award categories, each recognises the companies, technologies and individuals who have achieved exceptional success and demonstrated technological leadership in the business and technology arena. These awards honor the players and products that set the standards for the rest of the technology industry.

As UK leads the rest of the world in development and application of mobile technology products, services and initiatives. The ‘Mobile Product or Initiative of the year’ award seeks to recognise the companies and products that have taken us there. The judges were looking for companies or technology solutions that demonstrate the greatest advantages and have had a significant impact on UK business.

The voting began at the end of May this year, CNET Networks received over 300 entries and the combined readership of over 1.4 million users have been canvassed for their nominations. A group of authoritative, independent individuals from the IT industry who make up the final judging panel made the final selection judging on strategy, impact, market effectiveness, leadership and innovation.
parkmobile.gifSince February this year, Parkmobile in conjunction with London Borough of Wandsworth, launched the first cashless and ticketless parking in the UK, with South West Trains following in April introducing this system in Andover and Fleet. This solution offers motorists the luxury of parking without searching for coins, or hunting for pay and display machines, and also ends overpaying and therefore wasting money. Also removes the risk of a PCN due to not paying for enough time. It only takes a short call to activate and deactivate parking transactions from the comfort of a car, office or home, even on the train. This system has proven to generate more income for councils.


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