The Parking Shop will launch new parking permit administration service at the Parkex 2009 parking exhibition

The Parking Shop is delighted to announce that the formal launch of its new end-to-end parking permit administration service will take place at the Parkex 2009 parking exhibition on April 21-23.
The new service is a flexible and modular approach to parking permit administration, designed to streamline back office processes and outcomes from end to end, and then manage all or part of a customer's parking permit delivery. All types of permits can be produced using the system, including residents parking permits, visitor permits and blue badge disabled parking permits.

"We're looking forward to launching our new permit administration solution at Parkex," said Ian Gamble, Sales Director. "This integrated service has been developed as a natural evolution of the parking permit, scratchcard and blue badge administration services we've provided for some time. We have document systems that dramatically reduce administration costs and enhance security, plus solutions to automate data capture from permit applications and the issuing of permits. With our experience in all aspects of parking service management, offering a full end-to-end parking permit administration solution was the next natural step."

"It's designed to look at permit application and back office processes in a holistic sense," Ian enthused. "Once the client's parking administration system is understood, we can streamline the process to maximise efficiency, managing all or part of the parking permit administration. It's flexible enough to allow custom solutions for clients who may want to keep some of the process in house, and then outsource other parts to us." When asked about the decision to launch at Parkex, Ian replied; "Parkex is the ideal place to showcase new developments in the parking enforcement industry. It's perfectly timed for us, as Councils are examining the possibilities of outsourcing more services due to budget constraints. The new system is designed to improve efficiency, and as improved efficiency means lower costs, we anticipate a great deal of interest in the new permit administration service."
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