ParkHub, a leading provider of parking software and payments solutions, named company veteran Chris Elliston to the position of Chief Revenue Officer.
Founded in 2010, ParkHub provides a fully integrated software and payment processing solution to optimize parking operations, facilitate payments, and deliver real-time business insights to customers in multiple vertical markets, including sports, music & entertainment, higher education, parks & recreation, and other destinations. Through reliable technology, advanced reporting and analytics, and integrations with numerous parking and ticketing solutions, ParkHub helps clients increase revenue, improve operational efficiency, and deliver exceptional guest experiences.
Elliston joined the company in 2017 as Senior Vice President of Enterprise Sales after successful stints in growth positions at Skillsoft, Corpedia, and Primedia Workplace Learning, a trio of educational technology firms. In 2021, he earned a promotion to Executive Vice President of Sales.
During Elliston’s first three years, the company grew revenue at a rate of 369 percent, earning ParkHub its first Inc. 5000 selection in 2020. Between 2020 and 2022, ParkHub has maintained a 144 percent growth rate under Elliston’s sales leadership.
“Chris has been a leader at ParkHub since his first day on board over five years ago, and the
proof is in our sustained high growth rates during his tenure,” said ParkHub founder and Chief
Executive Officer George Baker, Sr. “His appointment to Chief Revenue Officer reflects the trust that our leadership team and board of directors have in Chris to lead our next phase of revenue growth following our investment from LLR Partners in February. We are proud to see Chris take an even greater role in securing ParkHub’s place as one of America’s best companies to work with in parking management solutions.”
ParkHub’s growth has come through a combination of strong organic growth coupled with key acquisitions to strengthen the company’s customer base across different verticals and add integrated capabilities to its parking management platform. The company’s most recent acquisitions were Bonfire, a provider of campground management software, and payments integrator Fuzse.
Elliston remains based in Dallas following his promotion to Chief Revenue Officer.
ParkHub is optimizing the world’s journeys by providing cutting-edge enterprise technology to support the destination industry. The company's products offer contactless payment options, real-time operational data, robust performance analytics, and leading integrations with ticketing and parking reservation providers. For more information, visit parkhub.com