Digital Payment Technologies Announces Real-Time Interface with Complus Data Handheld Devices
Friday, June 13, 2008
Vancouver, BC, June 13, 2008--(T-Net)--Digital Payment Technologies, a manufacturer of multi-space parking pay stations and online management systems, and Complus Data Innovations, a leader in the field of Parking Ticket Management solutions, have teamed up to provide wireless integration between DPT’s LUKE parking meter and CDI’s handheld enforcement devices. The partnership was unveiled at last week’s International Parking Institute Conference (IPI) in Dallas.
The integration enables municipalities, universities, and private parking operators to capture real-time information about paid and unpaid parking spaces in Pay By Space operations. The benefits include increasing the efficiency of enforcement officers, raising the accuracy in citation issuance, reducing customer service issues due to false citations, and positively impacting the environment with the elimination of paper-based reports.
“We are thrilled to offer this new capability to current customers already utilizing DPT pay stations,” said Stephen J. Hittman, CDI Chief Operating Officer. “Payment compliance and efficient parking enforcement are crucial to our customers’ bottom line. Anything we can offer to impact revenue in a positive way is welcomed by our customer base.” Hittman also noted: “Going forward, this will present tremendous advantages for both Complus and Digital as we continue to grow and search for new business opportunities.”
The integration between DPT parking meters and CDI’s enforcement devices was made possible by DPT’s Web Services application. DPT Web Services provides the tools required for third-party technology companies to pull real-time data for DPT’s Internet-based management system, Enterprise Management System (EMS). Additional applications can include the automated delivery of transaction information into parking operation accounting systems and the customized reporting in association with in-ground parking space sensor systems. DPT Web Services was launched in October 2007 and DPT expects there will be a significant growth in integration demonstrations over the next year. Cities like Milwaukee, WI, and Fredericton, NB, have already developed their own custom applications using the software platform.
“Technology integration was a theme at last year’s IPI, but very few companies in the industry were actually demonstrating how it could work,” stated Chris Chettle, DPT’s Vice President, Marketing. “We are very excited to work with CDI to deliver a tangible example of how industry players can work together and deliver expanded benefits to our mutual clients.”
About Digital Payment Technologies Corp.
Digital Payment Technologies is an innovative leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of electronic parking meters, management software, and online services for the multi-billion-dollar parking industry. The company’s products provide complete financial tracking, control, and reporting on parking revenue collected by cities, municipalities, universities, parking management companies, private operators, and national parks, from customer payment through to bank deposit. In 2007, DPT was named Emerging Company of the Year by the British Columbia Technology Industry Association. In the same year, DPT placed on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 and Fast 500 lists for the second consecutive year as one of the fastest growing high technology companies in Canada and North America.
About Complus Data Innovations
New York-based Complus Data Innovations, Inc. (CDI) is a recognized leader in the field of Parking Ticket Management solutions. A full service provider of products and services to over 140 municipalities, universities, and airports across the US, CDI offers the proprietary FastTrack™ ticket management software, state-of-the-art hardware including handheld ticket writers, and 24/7 “Signature Service” customer support. The company’s fully integrated suite of products and services also includes on-site training, delinquent noticing, nationwide DMV lookups, TicketView Imaging service, and secure Web-based payment capabilities. For more information, visit www.complusdata.com.
For more information, please contact:
Chris Chettle, Vice President Marketing
Digital Payment Technologies Corp.
(604) 688-1959 extension 240
Dave Holler, Director of Business Development
Complus Data Innovations
Campbell & Company Strategies
Digital Payment Technologies
Burnaby, BC (InfoTech)
100 Employees In BC (100 Total)
Digital Payment Technologies is an innovative leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of multi-space parking meters, management software, and online services for the parking industry.