Flowbird Group, the world’s leader in curbside management and urban mobility solutions, has announced the expansion and strengthening of its United States distribution network. Flowbird has recently signed an exclusive agreement with Citywide Solutions, Inc covering the State of Ohio.
Citywide Solutions (CSI), based out of Dublin, Ohio, is a technology integrator that provides Parking Access and Revenue Control Systems (PARCS), Residential and Commercial Gate Automation and Video Surveillance. This agreement allows the company to sell, support, and service Flowbird products and systems including smart kiosk solutions, mobile payment applications, and a suite of web-based parking management tools.
CSI brings significant experience and expertise to the Flowbird distribution network. The company was founded in 2011, and has continued to grow and expand into multiple markets due to customer demand.
“We believe that our clients deserve a trusted local resource that can provide effective solutions and support,” said Benoit Reliquet, President of Flowbird. “Our new distribution partner, Citywide Solutions, is able to do that and much more!”
With the many years of parking industry experience offered by Citywide Solutions, Flowbird’s clients and prospects can be assured of excellent customer service, training, and guidance on best practices.
“The technology in the parking industry is moving quickly, and there are many different ways to solve problems now,” says Reliquet. “Our partners know their markets and they know the trends in the industry, which puts Flowbird in a good position at the local level to help address those problems.”
“We are excited to partner with Flowbird to offer their robust technological solutions to our customers,” said Marty Loncar, Owner and Security Solution Specialist of Citywide Solutions, Inc. “Flowbird is a true leader in the parking industry and we know that our clients will benefit from their impressive system portfolio.
The Flowbird distribution network in the US now consists of 24 distribution partners covering over 30 states.
The name Flowbird expresses the innate ability of birds to navigate individually within crowded spaces; mirroring the benefits for people of the intelligent parking and multi-modal systems developed for towns and cities by Parkeon and Cale.
Flowbird’s group resources include 500 R&D engineers working on behalf of customers to push the boundaries of innovation in transportation hardware, software, sensor systems, machine-learning and AI, information security and mobile development.