T2 Systems forms partnership that puts an end to parking permit lines. T2 and Weldon, Williams & Lick introduce new park

JUNE 19, 2003 --- T2 Systems, a provider of technology-based management tools for parking, has partnered with Weldon, Williams & Lick to launch PermitDirect. PermitDirect is a software system that allows parking patrons to buy permits on-line from an organizations website and have them shipped directly to home or office.
t2logo.gif"With more cities and campuses looking to improve their customer service initiatives, PermitDirect is a logical fit," says T2 System's CEO Mike Simmons. "It eliminates staff time spent entering data and coordinating and processing fulfillment, and reduces the potential for public relations problems."

PermitDirect is integrated into T2 PowerPark/T2 ePark parking management systems. The service allows universities to incorporate their business rules into the permit sales process. Once the permit is purchased from the university's website, the information is automatically transmitted to Weldon, Williams & Lick for fulfillment.

"PermitDirect takes the hassle of developing a process and project management off your hands," says Simmons. "You can see whats happening at every step of the process and pull reports that give you up-to-the minute information."

About Weldon, Williams & Lick
An industry leader in security printing and fulfillment for more than 100 years, WW&L is a security provider of parking control instruments and services. WW&L is headquartered in Fort Smith, AR.
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