Back-End Parking Management Systems for Operational Efficiencies

DPT has created two parking management systems to provide the parking operator with complete control and visibility over their parking operations, allowing them to operate more efficiently.

Enterprise Management System (EMS)

EMS is a Web-based service hosted in a PCI compliant and PA-DSS validated environment and is designed specifically for the parking industry. EMS allows any parking operator to easily manage their parking operations. The software management program provides a wealth of real-time information on the status of the parking lots and pay-stations, from revenue and security monitoring to power levels and environmental conditions.

EMS Features

  • Securely log into the system from anywhere using a Web browser
  • Configure rates, messages, and other parking information and then remotely distribute this to your pay stations
  • Compile and retrieve valid/expired space information for all pay stations using any pay station on the network
  • Real-time credit card processing
  • Supports numerous processors or gateways such as Authorize.Net or Paymentech
  • Monitoring and alarming related to the status of each pay station
  • Real-time reports based on transactions and space information from pay stations
  • Coupons for free or discounted permits
  • Value card processing for value cards and campus cards in real-time including Blackboard, TotalCard, and NuVision
  • Pay-by-Phone integration
  • T2’s Digital API for integration with best-in-class third-party solutions, such as enforcement handhelds, space occupancy sensors, Pay-by-Phone systems, and campus card servers
  • T2’s Digital Connect

Back Office Support System (BOSS)

BOSS is a PC-based application that allows the parking operator complete flexibility in configuring the pay station behavior. With BOSS, operators can define sophisticated rate structures, customize welcome screens, advertise messages, and display parking policy across the entire parking operation. The configuration can even be remotely transferred to the pay stations, eliminating time-consuming visits to each pay station.