Keystone Solutions & Integrations Joins Expanding Parkeon Distribution Network

Parkeon, Inc., the worldwide leader in multi-space parking systems, is continuing to grow its distribution network. Keystone Solutions and Integrations has signed an exclusive agreement with Parkeon to represent the company in the States of Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Keystone is a division of the Butts Ticket Company. Butts Ticket Company started in 1965, providing years of trusted service to the parking and transportation industries. Keystone was formed to bring unique solutions to the parking industry and representing the Parkeon product line is a great example of those solutions they will be providing.

"We researched several companies that provide multi-space parking solutions and we felt that Parkeon offered us the best combination of technology and support," said Mitch Butts, President of Keystone Solutions and Integrations.

Parkeon's goal is to provide customers with local service and support across the United States. The addition of Keystone to its distribution network solidifies a key area of the country. "It is important to us that we partner with only first rate companies with strong relationships in their local markets," said Chris Octon, President of North America. "Keystone is a part of a well-known, family oriented business that has proven itself to the parking industry and they will be a great asset to the Parkeon team."

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Parkeon is a key player in the sector of urban mobility. By providing a single offer encompassing parking management solutions and ticketing solutions for public transport, Parkeon is now present in 55 countries and is accelerating its growth in emerging markets such as Eastern Europe, Asia and Latin America. Parkeon’s capacity for continuous innovation is demonstrated every day. Systems and equipment provided by Parkeon facilitate management and mobility in more than 3000 cities. Parkeon employs over 1,000 employees worldwide and achieved revenues of 168 million euros in 2012.


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