ParkCloud reservation management system now also in Hungarian, Romanian and Bulgarian

ParkCloud now brings its reservation management system directly to Central and Eastern European car park operators in their own native languages, allowing them to quickly and easily track reservations and monitor business performance.

Following the launch of its ParkVia websites in Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria, ParkCloud now offers car park operators in these countries a reservation management system in Hungarian, Romanian and Bulgarian, to quickly and easily track reservations and monitor business performance in their native languages. Including these three new languages, ParkCloud’s reservation management system is now available in ten languages, including English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Polish.
When rolling out in new territories, staying in touch with new business partners is key to success, so the comprehensive communication and reporting available with the ParkCloud reservation management system are vital tools.

With the ParkCloud reservation management system, car park operators benefit from:

  • Booking Statistics - trending booking development over a specific time period
  • Occupancy Chart - illustrating number of spaces sold vs. available in any given month
  • Operator Statistics - year-to-date snapshot of revenue and number of bookings
  • Average duration of stay
  • Most popular booking day/entry day/exit day

ParkCloud aims to enhance business performance for parking managers, by making the management system easily accessible and understandable in their native language: as the ParkCloud network expands so do the languages in which the system is available.


About ParkCloud

ParkCloud, founded in 2008, is a pan-European provider of car park reservation systems and online marketing services, operating more than 100 websites in 12 different languages, on behalf of hundreds of car parks across 20 countries. Please see for more information.


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