Verrus takes over CP Plus Contract from RingGo
Car park operator, CP Plus, has selected Verrus’ PayByPhone service to replace the RingGo system at 55 of its managed Moto motorway service station sites.Principally aimed at offering an alternative payment mechanism to pay and display for motorists staying beyond 2 hours at service station sites’ the Verrus service also offers an Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) solution for car parking in partnership with Ranger Services *
Todd Sothcott of Verrus states “Verrus’ back office reporting system met the client’s very high expectations and aligned to lower charges for the motorist (no charge for email receipts), making text alerts available for everyone and a substantial database of existing users across the country made the switch to Verrus very attractive”
Grahame Rose, Development Director of CP Plus adds “We are delighted to be working with Verrus PayByPhone, their energy and enthusiasm to take this project forward at relatively short notice was the commitment we needed to convince us to move to their system”
ANPR & PayByPhone
Robin Bevan (CEO) mentions; “Working with Ranger Services’ technical team on this project has meant Verrus is on target to continue their advancement in ANPR & Pay by phone migration; clearly a major growth sector in the parking industry”
*Ranger Services has pioneered the use of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) systems in private car parks, and installs and operates systems at sites across the UK, where its cameras read an average of 13 million number plates each week.
Verrus will shortly be providing PayByPhone at a new site in Scotland on behalf of Target Parking; Barrhead Shopping Centre in Glasgow is due to open in early November this year.