Can there really be a simple solution to solve your parking issues?


ADVAM, a leading global provider of parking, reservation and ecommerce payment solutions, is delighted by the enthusiastic response to the recent launch of its three new products: Park Charge, a versatile platform based solution for ticketless parking, StaffPark and Ground Transport. The latter products work together with the ParkCharge and Reservation systems, or stand alone, and tackle the well-known issues of staff parking and ground transport management.

The three solutions have already been sold to major airports worldwide, where in one instance the highly flexible Park Charge product will be used to establish a frequent flyer parking priority scheme, whilst StaffPark and Ground Transport have effortlessly solved several airports staff parking and ground transport issues. Since its launch, Park Charge has also been implemented globally by local governments, universities and hospitals, and is being championed as the simplest single solution to solve numerous parking issues.

Jose Da Silva, CEO of ADVAM comments, “We continually look at ways to improve our service and to make sure our clients can continue to offer an innovative and reliable service to their end customers. Although we already provide a ticketless solution to a number of clients, following consultation, we realised the need to develop even further and defined three distinct services to meet client requirements.

ParkCharge is the most comprehensive fully automated ticketless parking solution on offer to the parking industry and was developed to seamlessly integrate with the world’s leading car park access control systems. One of the greatest benefits of ParkCharge is the ability to provide customer data to the operator, enabling the car park owner to learn more about their customer, subsequently enhancing their experience, and hopefully enticing them to park more frequently.

ParkCharge offers the convenience of a self-managed account- taking the hassle of administration away from the operator. Once registered the end user can enter, park and exit the car park without the need to make manual payment. ParkCharge is backed by all the administration and reporting tools that are needed in a modern car park. Operators can administer account access, update pricing or payment criteria and report on usage, trends and activity.

StaffPark can be used to manage multiple airport concessions, making staff parking simple for airline and other employees based at the facility. StaffPark can also manage staff or student permit parking within a busy university campus or hospital environment.

The management of busy airport traffic can finally be simplified using the Ground Transport ticketless solution, which effortlessly improves the flow of buses and taxis around the transportation areas of your facility.

Jose Da Silva, added, “The industry feedback that we have received so far about the Park Charge, Staff Park and Ground Transport ticketless platforms and their adaptability, has been excellent. We are thrilled that this single suite of innovation is proving an answer to so many needs within the parking industry.

ADVAM will presenting a workshop about membership based parking solutions at APNE November 23-24th.


ADVAM is a leading global provider of payment solutions, providing a full suite of parking, reservation and ecommerce applications. Managed on its own proprietary payment gateway, ADVAM solutions are PCI Level 1 and EMV compliant, assisting clients to navigate the legislative landscape. In addition, ADVAM’s transaction network handles dedicated links with acquirer banks in over 20 countries, offering the power of multicurrency acquiring and instant access to global markets.

ADVAM’s expertise enables custom integrations with merchants existing systems and processes. As such, ADVAM has a wide range of client solutions across the globe including Sydney Airport, Dublin Airport, Raleigh-Durham Airport, Swedavia, Wilson Parking, Westfield, NCP and many more.


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