“Our primary goal is to give fans a better experience, and getting them to the stadium and parked as efficiently as possible is a big part of that,” said Jim Mercurio, vice president of stadium ops and general manager of Levi’s Stadium, in a statement. “Working with ParkHub is another way we can enable each individual fan to customize their experience by enabling parking lot attendants to accept payments and validate QR/bar codes from pre-purchased parking reservations, all while speeding up the process for parking customers.”
VenueNext’s mission is to transform venue experiences by tying isolated systems in a venue together and presenting these experiences to guests in a seamless mobile interface, said John Paul, CEO and founder of VenueNext.
“Integrating with an innovative and complete parking management company like ParkHub gives guests an even better mobile parking experience and the large venue owner a more comprehensive real-time data view of everything parking related during that event, Paul said in a statement. “We look forward to working together to take this added benefit to other venues.”
According to a press release, ParkHub’s parking management system enhances the VenueNext platform by feeding real-time information about parking inventory, transactions, and traffic flow into the VenueNext dashboard. This gives venue operators more control of the guest experience.
“We’re excited to extend our reach through this partnership with VenueNext,” said George Baker, Sr., CEO and founder of ParkHub, in a statement. “We want to take the pain out of parking with our multiple products and API driven Platform approach for connecting various parking systems to fulfill our commitment of providing the guest with just what they need, the exact moment they need it – starting in the parking lots.”