Nationwide Controlled Parking Systems Extends Their National Reach
-The company adds six multi storey car parks to their portfolio and roll-out new software system-
[17/05/2016] NCPS, Ireland’s leading car park management company, extends its national reach with the addition of six multi storey car parks to their portfolio. The six multi storey car park locations are: Navan Town Centre; Steamboat Quay, Limerick; Exchange Hall, Tallaght; Tallaght Retail Centre; Castle Street and Belfast Met College, Belfast (through PEA Ltd, which is part of the NCPS Ireland Group). These six locations equates to eighteen new staff and 4,300 car park spaces.
Speaking on the contract wins, Thomas Harrington, Commercial Director, NCPS, said:
“We currently manage 15 multi storey car parks and are delighted to add these nationwide locations to our portfolio. Revenue protection for our clients is of major importance to us. We maintain high standards, excellent separation of duties at every level, so the accountability and auditing of revenue is flawless, which is a great plus for our clients.
For our customers we will ensure the best possible experience within each of these car parks, by reinvesting surplus revenue into the facilities and by rolling out quick, easy and convenient parking payments, through parkbytext”.
NCPS employ 130 staff across Ireland and manage over 100,000 parking spaces, in over 900 locations nationwide. The company has recently introduced a new enforcement software system, Zatpark, to manage their nationwide Operations. The transition has resulted in significant improvements in workflow and communications. The company has also recently rolled out automatic number plate recognition software to selected fleet vehicles to ensure an increase in productivity and to meet new customer demands.
As part of their corporate social responsibility, NCPS has fundraised over €2,500 to various causes in 2016. The most recent fundraiser was towards Darkness Into Light 5km walk/run, 6th May in Phoenix Park, in aid of Pieta House – a non-profit organisation that provides a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self.
NCPS staff and directors are also proud to have raised €1,700 to help with the cost of medical expenses of Ola, the daughter of a long-term employee. Ola suffers with a genetic disease, where she is missing one gene from her skin filaggrin. This is responsible for the protein barrier against bacteria and viruses and also moistursing the skin; without the gene it means that Ola’s skin is constantly dry. In addition to this problem, Ola has many different allergies and she was diagnosed with pancreas and liver dysfunction.
Read the online version of the press release here.