Parkonomy, an innovative technology start-up that launched at the beginning of 2015 to offer a convenient, one-stop-shop solution to booking and managing parking for clients and customers in the UK, will be at Intertraffic Amsterdam to begin developing EU market opportunities during 2016.
The Parkonomy website (www.parkonomy.com) acts as a comprehensive car park search engine into which customers can enter either their current location, or a car park’s name or unique location number, to find the perfect parking space to suit them. After determining the duration of their parking session, they can then choose from a range of payment options with which to complete their booking. Upon completion of their first booking, a customer’s details are automatically and securely stored to their user account, allowing them to make all subsequent bookings in just a click of a button.
Head of Business Development, Jim Harrow, states: "Parkonomy is an entirely new way to pay and book parking. We started in the UK, but have strong ambitions to move into mainland Europe. In essence, our aim is to make the parking experience and other related services simpler, easier, and more secure than ever before."
In its first year, Parkonomy claims hundreds of car parks throughout England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, operated by leading industry names such as NCP and Q-Park, have been added to its booking system. There have also been many firsts for the company, including the introduction of convenient new payment options, airport parking, fully-automated ANPR features, event parking and a corporate permit management system.