In June 2014, ParkHub installed their mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) system allowing the American Airlines Center to track all cash payments, accept credit cards over wifi, and scan pre-paid passes overnight. In early 2015, ParkHub upgraded Prime’s connectivity to include LTE and offline modes in addition to wifi, and also allow for NFC transactions, such as Apple Pay.
ParkHub’s business intelligence suite that monitors lot occupancy instantly and communicates directly with the mobile point-of-sale system, allows American Airlines Center’s parking operators to quickly make decisions regarding pricing, staffing, and logistics. Every transaction is displayed on an interactive dashboard in real-time, down to the individual employee level. Managers know exactly when to divert traffic from one lot to another, decreasing bottlenecks and ingress time.
ParkHub was also able to solve the other biggest problem for the American Airlines Center: effectively integrating seamlessly with Ticketmaster’s prepaid system. “I’ve been trying to get someone to interface with Ticketmaster since I started here 18 years ago,” explains Courson. “I wanted to get an integration together where a patron could come in with a single barcode, swipe into the garage, scan their ticket, and pick up pre-paid merchandise and food. The industry is moving to a model where everything can be purchased in advance, and I want us to be ready for that. I put ParkHub on notice as a test, and within one month they had a parking integration in place for parking access control and it’s worked like a charm.”