SOURCE: OmniPark

OmniPark

December 28, 2010 18:06 ET

OmniPark Offers Free First Month of Parking Management Software

SPOKANE, WA--(Marketwire - December 28, 2010) - OmniPark, a leading provider of parking management products and services, announced today that it is offering a Free first month's subscription to their OmniPark Parking Management Software. 

"Our parking management software is the best in the business and to prove it, we are offering the first month free to any parking operator or city that signs up," said Michael Harlow, Account Executive for OmniPark. "With all the features in our software, we are confident that anyone who uses it for a month, will want it for life."

OmniPark leads the way with their innovation, combining multiple features into one solution. The OmniPark CMS or Central Management System, allows the user to oversee all aspects of parking operations. From one screen, the user can access notices, inventory, reports, mobile devices, locations, violations, validations, event parking, permit parking and much more. 

The user can also "drill down" into sub categories that allow for deeper detail. In the case of a parking notice, the user can search for a notice using the search utility or input the notice number. Once the notice has been located, they can look at the details, which includes multiple pictures of the vehicle in question with GPS coordinates directly on the picture, to prove the location of the vehicle. 

It seems as if OmniPark has thought of everything. They even have a parking pay by phone solution called CallToPark. A parker simply goes to a lot where CallToPark is enabled through OmniPark, and the parker calls the number on the sign and enters the lot number. The process takes less than forty-five seconds from the comfort and safety of their vehicle and they can log on to www.CallToPark.com to get receipts, if needed. 

The system comes full circle with the state-of-the-art parking enforcement software. Using a Windows Mobile handheld device or cell phone, an enforcement officer can check the status of a lot in half the time of traditional checks. All the rates and information are synced with the mobile device in real-time, so the officer knows they have the best information available. The officer can also take this handheld directly to an event and do event parking instantly. 

"Our software currently manages over 550 locations and we are growing daily. We are sure that organizations taking advantage of our all-in-one solution will see the benefits immediately," said Harlow. "Our parent company, Imprezzio, Inc., has been on the leading edge of software development for over fifteen years and with our offices in Europe, our developers can create code virtually 24 hours a day."

Learn more about OmniPark at http://www.MyOmniPark.com.

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