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Parx is expanding!

Worldwide, EasyPark has been deployed in 5 different continents and more than 130 cities. Parx is experienced in setting up global networks and locating international companies to operate the EasyPark parking management solution. Parx operators benefit from the commitment of the support team providing them excellent marketing, technical and operational services.
 Parx is constantly looking to expand its activities to new countries and cities. Parx's solution can be customized to meet local market requirements.  
Our operators benefit from Parx's experience and expertise. Relying on Parx's support and hosting services our operators can focus on commercial and customer support efforts. 

Candidate profile and responsibilities

Parx's candidates should meet the following qualifications for a franchise opportunity:
  • Experience in working with local authorities and municipalities
  • Passion for and dedication to operations excellence
  • Adequate capitalization to cover project kick off and on going promotion efforts
  • Experience in B2C operations focusing on sales and marketing activitiesl
  • An understanding of the local parking market, i.e. competition, trends, needs

Parx has developed an appealing franchise model for the distribution and marketing of Parx's products around the world. Our franchisees are in charge of the local activities required to promote and operate the EasyPark system.

Some of the operator's roles include:

  1.  Promoting the solution within local authorities and adding new cities to adapt it
  2. Setting up sales networks and distribution channels
  3. Selling and marketing the EasyPark devices to consumers
  4. Setting up reloading stations at merchants locations and providing them training and guidance services
  5. Clearing proceeds between different stakeholders (distributors, cities)
  6. Providing customer service to end users


EasyPark coming to Portsmouth !

Portsmouth switches to EasyPark good news for Dover Devices will work in either city for users

By Michelle Kingston

Thursday, December 27, 2012

PORTSMOUTH — EasyPark users can soon add an additional city to their transponders.

Portsmouth signed its contract with the provider, OTI America, last week, and is targeting to be online by the end of January, according to Dover’s Parking Manager Bill Simons.

The city is trying to integrate the garage into the system and is working to allow iPark users to transfer their funds to EasyPark within the coming weeks.

“Once Portsmouth is online, Dover customers will be able to add them to their software,” Simons said. “This is done just how they transfer funds to the device. For people who aren’t reloading, but want to add Portsmouth, they just need to reconnect to their computers.”

The EasyPark system, unlike iPark, is a multitown meter-free parking product, making it a more attractive device to the cities requiring paid parking.

“Sales were steady in Dover last week,” Simons said. “We’ve sold over 70 units already.”

According to Simons, the town of Durham has expressed interest in the transponders and Concord and Manchester are going to view how residents react to the system in Portsmouth and Dover before making the decision to bring the product to their cities. 
“It has the potential to really snowball throughout the region,” Simons said.

EasyPark allows drivers to pay for parking without having to pay a meter. The devices are turned on to the appropriate city and zone a driver is parking in and can be placed on dashboards or on rearview mirrors.

Simons’ understanding is that Portsmouth will also charge $19.95 for their transponders. He said he has recommended, for consistency, that the city also uses the same incentive as Dover and offers $10 worth of free parking.

There is also a $1 per month service fee for the device. Reloading fees are $2.95
for up to $50; $3.45 for $75 and $3.95 for $100. Reloads can be completed online with a credit or debit card. 


What is a personal parking meter ?

A personal parking meter (PPM )  is a credit size electronic gadget that contains pre-paid parking fees and the relevant parking rates and regulations. The driver keeps the PPM in the glove department and when required she turns the device on and put it on the dashboard or side window so it can be verified by the parking warden . The the driver gets back to her car all she has to do is to turm  the device off

The PPM made by PARX is now used by over 1.250,000 users , in some 16 countries and more than 160 cities and municipalities !

Israel - The land of the EasyPark !

"On street" parking activity in Israel is coordinated by the "Union of local Authorities"(ULA ) comprising 202 municipalities and local councils. While ULA provides guidance and assist in providing a country wide parking policy each of the local municipal authorities manages and enforces its own parking program.
Parking operations and enforcement are carried out in most cases by city's employees but operations such as towing, collection of unpaid tickets and certain forms of parking fees payment methods as will be explained later are being outsourced to private operators.

Enforcement is being performed using smart phones or mobile computer terminals equipped with GPRS data links. Whenever a vehicle is inspected the data is being checked automatically with the central Vehicle Registration Office (VRO ) and the data is being compared with the police database of stolen vehicles and any security alerts available so that the parking enforcement activity integrate nicely with police and security forces operation. When a parking ticket is written a picture of the violating vehicle is taken and sent in "real time "to the main server for future reference.
Depending on the specific local authority several parking fees options are provided. Available fee payment alternatives include parking meters, pay & display systems, scratch cards and the EasyPark personal parking meter.

Tel Aviv - " EasyPark city "

Tel Aviv is Israel's second largest city and the country's main center of business, commerce and culture is also center of a metropolis composing around 1,250,000 people. Over 700,000 vehicles are entering the city daily creating major traffic and parking problems. The city operates 110 parking lots and manages some 40,000 paid "on street" parking spaces. Revenues from parking operations (including parking tickets) amount to over € 40,000, 000 annually

Tel Aviv is quiet unique as it is one of the very few cities in the world with no "on street" equipment (Parking meters or Pay and Display systems) at all. The payment alternatives presented to the driver include Pay by phone and the Easypark personal parking meters.
Until recently buyers were also able to use scratch cards but these are going to be taken out of circulation later this year.

Taking this approach the city enjoys tremendous financial and operational benefits:
• No capital investment
• No maintenance cost
• No risk of vandalism
• No "Visual pollution "
• No need for cash collection
In short higher net revenues and as will discuss later increased customer satisfaction

The backbone of Tel Aviv's parking fees collection system is the EasyPark personal parking meter. A Personal parking meter (PPM) is a small, credit size electronic device which the driver holds in his vehicle gloves compartment and whenever he needs to park he takes it out, activates the device and puts it on the side window or the dashboard for the parking officer to see. The device contains all the relevant rates and parking regulations so the driver should not be concerned about any possible infringement of parking bylaws.
Using the Easypark the driver enjoys the following advantages over conventional parking fee payment systems:
• Cashless operation, no need to look for coins
• He pays only for the exact amount of time parked
• No transaction costs, the driver pays no "extras"
• Operation is completely anonymous
In short EasyPark is a "win win" proposition both for the driver and the city.

The Easypark operation in Tel Aviv is managed by Parx Ltd a subsidiary of OTI a public company traded in NASDAQ (OTIV)

EasyPark is being used presently by over 100 cities in 19 countries around the world. Close to a million drivers are now using the EasyPark devic


The EasyPark parking management system

EasyPark is a fully integrated system comprising all relevant aspects of parking management from both the city's and driver's perspectives. EasyPark allows cities to improve parking services, optimize operations, cut costs, reduce traffic congestion and pollution and at the same time provide a better service to the drivers and city's residents.
The EasyPark solution comprises several modules that are fully integrated with each other: Personal MeterMobile payment, an back office system.
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