3M and its Parking Customers, a New Seminar added at PIE


3M and its Parking Customers, a New Seminar added at PIE

We have had a number of requests to hold a seminar for the former parking customers of 3M. Their leaving the parking business has left a very large number of parking managers concerned. What to do?  How to do it? Panic? Not Panic? Many have a number of 3M (Federal APD) systems, how to transition into new equipment? What to look for? What are the pitfalls.

So we are adding a new seminar on Monday morning, specifically for former 3M customers. This will be for end users only, suppliers will not be admitted.  The discussion will be chaired by David Teed and Sarah Blouch, CEO and President of campusparc, the private entity that runs all the parking at The Ohio State University, and which has a large number of 3M systems that need to be addressed.

Campusparc has already begun a process of looking to transition from the 3M product line, and David and Sarah have agreed to share the process they are using with other 3M customers. This will be a completely generic conversation, discussing the process, not the end result. The type of equipment purchased, of course, will vary depending on the customer, the application and funding.

The Campusparc team will answer questions and facilitate discussion among those present.

After the seminar, the attendees will be exposed to nine revenue control vendors at three seminars held over the next two days, plus be able to meet with them and see the features and benefits of their products on the exhibit hall floor.

For more information and to register, got to pieshow.parkingtoday.com.


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