Summary

  • Parking management is essential for any business that needs to control who can access their lots, so they can monitor how many spaces are available, and manage user accounts. 

Parking management provides real-time solutions to parking problems in residential and office buildings.

Without a proper parking management system in place, you may have visitors or employees who can’t find a parking spot, people who take up more than one space at a time, or people who enter the lot without authorization.

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Components of a parking management system

Parking access

Parking access controls only permit those with confirmed authorized access to a lot. They deny those without confirmed reservations. Wayleadr can integrate with your existing access controls and make your parking management run smoother.

Our software can also enable you to reserve a parking spot in advance. This increases parking efficiency and decreases the likelihood of drivers circling around a lot looking for an open spot.

Parking enforcement

One of the difficult parts of parking management is enforcement. This is especially true when it comes to infractions.

Popular enforcement options include lot numbering, notification of currently available parking spaces, and the allocation of parking tickets. More recently, a large number of companies are implementing enforcement measures that encourage staff to not drive to work as much.

This can significantly reduce an organization’s carbon footprint, as well as reducing the impact of traffic on the local community.

Reporting

Both gathering and responding to data are major components of parking management systems. They allow lot operators to track vehicle entry and capacity of their facility with live reportage, as well as make changes to policy that fit with the organization’s goals.

Whether you are monitoring parking spots via sensors or manually entering data, you need to make sure that your system is set up in a way that minimizes the risk of inaccurate information. 

Data quality is one of the most important aspects of parking management. Wayleadr can make sure that you are getting the most accurate information possible.

As the American engineer, W. Edwards Deming, once said, “In God we trust, all others bring data.” And it is true, data is key to efficiency and making sure that your parking management plans are having an affect on efficiency.

Payment method

If your car lot strategy involves the taking of payment, then you should strongly consider what type of technologies and payment automation that makes the most sense for your facility.

Since a parking management system is intended to provide users with convenience, the payment method should be simple to use as well.

Talk to Wayleadr

Wayleadr can walk you through your options and whether or not paid parking is the right choice for you. We offer a comprehensive range of services to meet your needs and your parking budget.

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