Our goal is to
deliver intelligent parking management
systems that not only optimize your parking
programs but also deliver convenient
solutions for drivers. From smart parking
integration to violation processing to meter
operations, we can help you reduce costs and
street congestion. By integrating technology
with our proven strategies for efficiently
managing programs, you’ll gain powerful
results for your organization.
Making parking less of a pain.
Parking services present serious
challenges for city governments. Cities
incorporating a variety of technologies,
products and services from multiple
third-party vendors are tasked with the
time-consuming challenges associated with
managing various vendors. At times, these
vendors may have competing incentives or
interests. Parking solutions are complex but,
for your customers, parking should be
- How do you improve available
- Can you streamline customer service
with convenient payment options such as Web
and phone interfaces?
- How do you maximize revenue from
parking enforcement efforts?
- Can you reduce traffic congestion?
These questions can be difficult to
answer, and we want to help you get the most
out of your parking program, whether
on-street or off-street. As an integrator,
we’re able to combine multiple functions into
a single responsibility center for improved
performance. We can increase your efficiency
and help you answer questions you haven’t
even asked yet.
We offer seamless and convenient parking
management systems for motorists that result
in increased turn-over, decreased congestion
and improved productivity of the overall
- Violation processing: enterprise level
- Meter, sensor and off-street revenue
- Operations powered by Merge™ parking
- Managed receivables and
Learn about Parking services in Europe
David Cummins, Senior Vice President & Managing Director
Area of Focus: Parking
David oversees our industry-leading
parking solutions group. His vision in smart
parking has resulted in contracts with
world-class parking systems such as L.A.
Express Park, ParkIndy and many more.
Previously, David led the sales, marketing,
and acquisitions for the Transportation
business of Xerox, with operations in 30
countries. Prior to joining Xerox, David was
Director of Operations Planning &
Management for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic
Organizing Committee. In 2003, he received
the International Project of the Year Award,
presented by the Project Management
Institute, for his work during the Winter
Olympic Games. He earned an MBA from the
University of Michigan, an MA in
International Affairs from the George
Washington University and a BA in Political
Science from Messiah College.
You can arrange an interview or speaker
presentation with our transportation thought
leaders. To discuss opportunities, contact
Carl Langsenkamp, Xerox Public Relations, at