In addition to enabling non-cash payments in self-service devices, the solution brings a number of additional amenities. Among them we will find: unattended payment possible 24 hours a day, payment with all cards available in Poland, no problems with receiving and securing cash, lower cost of handling payments than with cash transactions, no need to have small items in the national currency, less fraud (responsibility for transactions are borne by the bank), less risk of vandalism, speed and ease of use
The network of parking meters, terminals and parking ticket counters joined in one management system, as a whole - creates the possibility of comprehensive customer service in the area of generating and regulating fees for paid parking. The combination of these systems and their integration with modern payment methods available on the market gives the opportunity to create a unique and attractive system for the customer, enabling them to meet their needs in this area in one place.
From the system manager's point of view, the solution being built is a compact and non-distributed source of information about services rendered and paid. In addition, the complexity of the solution is an incentive for the end customer, which may translate on the one hand into a more complete use of services (additional benefits of combining and handling payments), on the other, into a stronger bond between the customer and the service provided by offering a number of additional benefits (discounts, loyalty programs, etc.).
The use of the modern Check-in / Check-out model used so far in solutions for urban transport will increase the attractiveness and innovation of the solution and significantly improve the capacity of entries and exits to parking lots. The reduction of the use of printed paper tickets will significantly reduce the system maintenance costs, allowing you to eventually opt out of printers or ticket code readers.