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Articles from January, 2009.

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A SMILE Makes All the Difference!

By Mark Morris

Parking is mostly a service-oriented industry...

All This and the FBI, Too

By JVH

Private investigator Paul Manning and his family had a wonderful time at the Hollywood Bowl...

Credit Cards and Revenue Control

By Pierre Koudelka and Fabien Pesenti

E­quipment suppliers are asked for credit card systems to be part of the overall parking system...

Cut the Power, Open the Gate



I was fortunate to chat with venerable parking legend and auditor Larry Donoghue, the other day...

Garage Design Aids Revenue Control

By Chris Prichard and Matt Feagins

Today’s parking facilities are being designed to accommodate state-of-the-art access/revenue control technology such as pay-on-foot machines, automatic vehicle identification (AVI) readers, and pay-on-entrance devices for events...

Great Marketing for Dicey Economic Times

By David Warschawski

The curveballs that Wall Street keeps throwing are enough to drive an investor crazy...

Hard Going in the Land of Sand

By Peter Guest

Like our glorious leader, I went to Abu Dhabi, UAE, in November to attend the inaugural Middle East Parking Symposium...

Is ‘Revenue Control’ an Oxymoron?

By Dennis Cunning

"Revenue control...

New Year’s Resolutions for the Parking Industry

By Melissa Bean Sterzick

The holidays are over, and my good will toward man, woman and child has been dimmed by office parties, mountains of gifts to wrap, heavy meals to prepare, and major traffic...

Parking System Gives VIP Customers Preferred Treatment

By Rudor “Dori” Tiech

The 3P Parking garage, located in downtown Montreal, Canada, is a multi-use indoor three-story facility...

PCI Compliance: Best Practices for Securing Credit Card Data

By Jeremy Simon

Having your revenue control equipment PCI-compliant does not mean that your company meets the requirements of the credit card industry for card security...

The Future, Revenue Control, San Francisco, and Celine…

By John Van Horn

It’s the new year, and I’m supposed to have some predictions...

They Can Spell the Success or Failure of Revenue Control



Tom Potter, President of Reno A&E and the designer of the first commercially successful digital solid-state self-tuning loop vehicle detector, spoke with PT last month, focusing on this crucial but often overlooked piece of your PARCS...

You’re Losing Parking Revenue

By Karinna Cassidy

More than 90% of landlords who own assets with monthly paid parking are losing money each month...




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